This Ultra-Light Camp Chair Sits High And Packs Small

The key to outfitting your overlanding rig or moto is finding quality, lightweight gear that packs small for ultimate portability.  Every inch of the overland vehicle and adventure motorcycle is precious space that must be used wisely.  

Enter the Campster – an ultralight camp chair by SitPack that folds down into the size of a water bottle. Yes, a water bottle. The Campster packs into a travel bag outfitted with a carabiner and convenient shoulder strap.  And, at only two pounds, you can wear it as a cross-body bag aboard your motorcycle or clip it to your backpack for a hike or a bike ride to your campsite.  

Yes, it packs light and small.  But how well does it work as a comfortable and durable camp chair?  The Campster’s one-piece telescoping aluminum design requires virtually no assembly and sets up in less than 10 seconds. The chair boasts a 300-pound weight limit and folds out into a full size 17-inch camp chair with a high backrest and pockets for gadgets.   

The Campster by SitPack is a funded Indiegogo project. We can’t wait to get our hands on this chair once it comes to market.


Photos & Video by SitPack

Article by Jessica Kirchner

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