By The Beast
This ultra-portable seat can keep you comfy throughout the day.
By The Beast
If you've gone to a music festival — or otherwise outdoorsy event — you likely know the struggle of finding a seat. While plopping down on the ground is always an option, it’s often not the most desirable one. This is where the Sitpack 2.0 comes in. It's a compact portable seat that collapses to the size of a can when not in use. The portable seat lets you take a load off wherever you may be, and it's on sale for nearly 40 percent off the usual price.
The Sitpack is fashioned from durable, glass fiber-reinforced polycarbonate and weighs in at a meager 1.3 pounds, so it's not too cumbersome to tote around. It's suitable for all types of terrain (think rocky trails, grassy parks) and, thanks to the alligator foot clamp, it will keep you upright while you're using it. It's also height adjustable, so it'll fit you as well as any friends who need a quick rest.
The Sitpack lets you discreetly pack a seat wherever you go and give your legs a rest when the day gets long. It normally retails for $65, but you can get it on sale today for $39.95, saving nearly 40 percent off the usual retail price.
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