I have been looking for a lightweight, folding low chair with a tubular frame and backrest.
I want to use it for sitting in wait in woodland at ride or path junctions for Muntjac and Roe, where my Idleback chair is either too tall or too heavy to carry the distance.
Needs to be comfortable enough for a couple of hours stint.
The type with individual feet can be difficult, owing to the soft peat of the woodland floor, particularly in winter. Even with my patent jam-jar lids deployed as mud-feet.
I have been looking at the Browning (and others) Turkey Hunters Low seat, which would seem to fit the bill, however they are all in the USA and can be rather expensive by the time one accounts for all the delights of shipping, tax etc.
If a member has one of these chairs, I would appreciate your opinion of it. Also if anyone knows of a similar, suitable product ?