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Northwest Territory Quad Stool

Item# 089W002030141002P | Model# KMC16004 | Added on May 22, 2015 |
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Quad Stool

  • Lightweight, compact design ideal for hunting, fishing, camping and more
  • Folds up with an easy hook-and-loop closure, and carries with a convenient strap
  • Durable canvas seating stays comfortable and stable with 4 metal legs
  • 225 lb. weight capacity supports most adults and their outdoor gear
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good chair


I have been using this chair for the last four years while riding the bus. Got it because there is not always a dry place to sit at bus stops. I couple this chair with a large umbrella and I am good to go. Won't fit in a standard size back pack, but after a few adjustments to the strap go it to work.

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Good build quality


The northwest territory quad stool has good build. It's easy and relatively light to carry around. I do wish it was even lightly and the legs were slightly shorter so I could fit this into a standard backpack.

May 29th via
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January 18th
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Good stool for camping, hiking


Got this for a camping trip. Wanted to have something to sit down on that was smaller and lighter than a portable chair. Weighs less than three pounds so easy to carry around in my backpack while hiking.

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