(Part 2) Best camping stools according to redditors

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We found 80 Reddit comments discussing the best camping stools. We ranked the 30 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the products ranked 21-40. You can also go back to the previous section.

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Top Reddit comments about Camping Stools:

u/m0uSe84 · 5 pointsr/de

Gefolgt von "Ich weiss nicht was Deo/Duschen ist Simulator".
Den gabs aber schon 2015/16 und hat sich nicht wirklich weiterentwickelt.

Btw, fuer alle die hingehen, ich empfehle:

u/bzanis · 3 pointsr/discgolf

If you don't already have one Camp Time stool.

u/alansb1982 · 3 pointsr/Ultralight

If you're okay sitting in a squat-like position (actually pretty comfortable after putting in a lot of miles), check out the Grand Trunk Collapsible Camp Stool (http://www.amazon.com/dp/B007A0IT0Q/ref=cm_sw_su_dp). I can attest, it's legit 10oz and folds up really small. If I'm planning on doing any lollygagging around camp, I bring it.

u/Wandering_Weapon · 2 pointsr/army

I'll be damned: They've got a digi cam version too

u/daaasb · 2 pointsr/bonnaroo

Yes, wait until the last few days and try to pick one up on craigslist or stubhub. If not, buy one once you get to Manchester the day of. This might sound risky, but there is always an abundance of extra tickets.

I don't splerge on anything really. Basic tent/sleeping bag is all you really need. I even stopped bringing a cooler/ice and only bring in dry food, lots of granola bars and peanut butter and jelly sandwiches.

I find the best way is to simplify as much as possible. Try to be very minimalist.

If I had to recommend one item though, it would be a small stool you can carry with you. like this.

It is really a blessing if you are at the same stage for awhile to sit down.

I typically get there Wednesday night, take our stuff to tent-only and set up the tent. That night I relax and meet my neighbors and start to track down any party favors I might want.

Then everyday I wake up and pack food, drinks, and everything else I will need for the day (baby wipes, sunscreen, change of clothes, etc.), I really would suggest getting some powdered gatorade. It is pretty nice being able to drink some cold gatorade when you are tired, and replenishing those electrolytes from all the sweating you do.

Then I head into centeroo around 11am, and find the first act that I really want to see for the day, and camp out at whatever stage they will be at until then so I can get rail (this is where the stool comes in handy). If you have the endurance it is really awesome to get the front row experience for multiple shows in a row. I'll usually always check out the artists that play before the ones I want to see before roo so I can become familiar with their music. I have found some of my favorite artists this way.

Then I'll go use the bathroom and eat and do the same thing for the next show I want to see, and basically repeat this all day. I only go back to my tent to sleep, other then that, I am in centeroo all day.

It can be a little tiring, but you get to see way more shows this way, (like 20-30 per Roo). It also lets you save a lot of money because you don't need to buy all the extra amenities and it greatly simplifies packing.

u/SilverMars · 2 pointsr/malefashionadvice

I feel super out of my element by posting only a single item, but I bought these shorts about a week ago and I'm in love with them. I live in Texas and have always had a hard time finding shorts that both look good and allow for solid airflow in the summer months. I can already tell I'll be buying more of these in different colors when I start buying more clothes for Spring/Summer. The elastic waistband feels great and never squeezes me so tight that I have to adjust for room. Lots of ball room too, which is gonna be vital when it's 98F outside. It's a bit less slim fit than the pic, but I honestly think it looks better and less feminine that way. Makes them look more casual and less preppy. If it fit like most of the pics showed, it wouldn't be nearly as comfortable. Also comes with belt loops in case you do want a more frat look.

For anybody needing lots of airflow, comfortable room, lots of color, I highly recommend. It's also short enough so you'll be able to show off those M A S S I V E T H I G H S all summer long.

u/VocaLizard · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

In honor of your cake day, I wrote you a song!

"Happy Cake Day to you!

All cakes are for you!

Be sure, Chemcalfarmr,

To get yourself something, too!"

If I happen to win said raffle, I would very much like something to keep my legs elevated while I work, to keep my edema down and relieve the pain in my knees. This is the best one I've found, by having all the features I desire and also being a very good price. Thanks for the contest!

u/ACreatureFeature · 1 pointr/CampingandHiking

I'm actually looking for solar powered lanterns right now. Do you mind posting a link to yours?

My favorite little gear is this little stool I got in the Army years back. If you're not a bigger person it holds up really well. Good to put next to a tree and lean back while you're fishing.

Rothco Folding Camp Stool, Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00721DYJ4/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_pG64CbA8DE9SP

u/boredatworkandtired · 1 pointr/motocamping

I use one of these https://www.amazon.com/dp/B018TEE7WK?psc=1 it fits in with my tent and sleeping bag.

u/honkerdown · 1 pointr/Hunting

Do years I have used a tripod style camp stool. Could throw 2 of them in with the blind, folded up oh, and it would give me and a child someplace to sit in the blind. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B071CPT2Q2/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_taa_YhkRDb9DEW47K

Now that the kids are older and on their own, I have switched to larger chair with back support. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06XDSS2BF/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_taa_0kkRDbFC6XFNV