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Montana Folding Adirondack Chair
The story of the Adirondack chair is an interesting one. In 1903, Thomas Lee designed an outdoor chair during his summer vacation in the Adirondack mountains. An angled seat, generous arm rests, and flat back took shape with just 11 pieces cut from one hemlock board. His design was patented two years later by Harry Bunnell, the carpenter who first constructed Lee's design. The chair, which Bunnell called the "Westport plank chair," was available in iconic green or brown and sold well for over two decades. After Bunnell's death in 1930, later adaptations of the design utilized slats for the back rest and seat. Eventually known as simply the Adirondack chair, it has become the quintessential summertime and patio chair. A drink - whether in a glass, mug, can or bottle - rests easily on the wide arm with plenty of room for a book or two. Kick back and enjoy the view from your porch, deck or out on the lawn!
Folding design. Made from unfinished, American-grown Western Red Cedar. Measures 30"W x 36"D x 36"H.