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  • Effortless shockcorded assembly makes this lightweight chair perfect for the quad, your favorite festival or around the campfire
  • Includes a stuff sack

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Specs

Best Use Camping
Unfolded Dimensions 37 x 32 x 23 inches
Folded Dimensions 18 x 6 inches
Seat Height 37/32 inches
Weight Capacity (lbs) 250 pounds
Seat Material(s) 210-denier ripstop nylon
Frame Construction Aluminum
Weight 4 lbs. 10 oz. ounces
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Difficult to setup & down. Filmsy for its rating. I bought this based on the description online. It was expensive but I believe you get what you pay for. The assembly instructions are a joke. After 25 minutes I finally put it together. If you weigh over 200 lbs., I wouldn't recommend it. It's also difficult to get out of. I spent another 20 minutes disassembling and re-bagging it. I returned the ENO Lounger and bought a Helinox Sunset chair. It was a few more dollars but was the difference between night and day. Easy assembly/disassembly, bigger and more stable, disassembled it's smaller and easily fits into a well-designed stowage bag. It's great, forget the ENO Lounger.
Date published: 2017-04-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Well worth the sticker shock I bought this chair specifically for moto-camping with my big adv bike, for use after a long day of riding so comfort was my top priority. I also wanted something that would fit into my panniers if possible, and this chair luckily fit the bill. It is extremely comfortable. You basically melt into it every time you sit down. And my favorite part is it actually has 3 settings: high, low, and reclined. All of which are unbelievably comfortable. I went car camping with it this weekend in Sequoia and while none of my friends would probably buy one themselves, they all seemed to understand why I had paid $120 for it. I would suggest buying a strap to go around the tubing for packing it up, made things much easier for me.
Date published: 2017-04-03
Rated 3 out of 5 by from GREAT First Revision Eno nailed it on the comfort of this chair and on the adjustable height. The chair actually feels like you are sitting in a hammock, the comfort rocks! Love that I can snap the legs out of the way and sit in it at 6” off the ground. It puts me at nearly the same level as all my friends with their Alite Monarch or Mayfly chairs (the spring 2017 Eno Lounger is more comfortable than the Alite chairs). Having everyone else sitting low and you sitting up high makes you feel like you aren’t part of the group and if you’re playing cards it downright sucks. And, if I’m with a group of people with taller chairs I can slide the legs in and sit 18” high. While a little bit lower than many other chairs it gets me close enough. The padded arms are also great, they definitely add to the comfort. So, why didn’t I give the 2017 Eno Lounger 5 stars then, and why did I refer to it as a “First Revision”. 1) While all the other quality manufacturers have used high quality durable mesh in their chairs, Eno did not do that in the first revision of their chair. Down here in the SouthWest where it is already hitting close to 90 degrees the fabric reduces breathability significantly over mesh, making you sweat, and the comfortable high back just adds to the heat build-up as your back begins sweating. This severe design flaw will effect anyone who plans on using this where the temperature gets above 85 if there is any humidity. It’s advisable to wait for the next revision to come out that is sure to incorporate mesh into the chair. I should note that Eno placed three small holes where the center of your butt goes in the seat and despite friends joking that they were designed for people eating a lot of beans while camping I am sure they are designed to allow water drainage when it rains because otherwise a chair left in the rain would trap and hold water. The holes offer no breathability to speak of. 2) The cup holder was an afterthought and if you put a can in it, the can will hang at a near 65 degree angle. Essentially you’ll lose the top half of any beer you place in the cup holder. 3) The ability to clip the legs out of the way and sit at the lower position was great out of the box thinking (Congrats Eno, you raised the bar for all the chair manufacturers), but for anyone in the Southwest setting their chair on everything other than grass, soft dirt, or sand, I can only imagine the leg mounts will end up quickly torn up by decomposed granite and other rock prevalent here. Small nubs to replace the legs and protect the leg mounts will hopefully come when complaints come in. Again, this is the most comfortable chair around but I would hold off on purchasing till at minimum the mesh is added to the seat. If Eno followed in Alite’s footsteps and offered a reasonably priced (~$20) replacement seat slings (fabric portions) I would say it’s worth buying now knowing you will most likely want to replace the seat sling in the future.
Date published: 2017-04-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Camp Chair Setup and take down is a two minute simple process. (Doesn't need directions.) Most comfortable camp chair I have ever sat in. Tried the Hellinox Sunset, and while it is lighter something about the back did not hit me right. In the Eno I am going to sleep. Downside of Eno is its weight, but I decided to take it on my 8 day Canadian canoe trip anyway, because there is nothing like having a place to rest the back at the end of a tough day.
Date published: 2017-05-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My Favorite Packable Chair This is the most comfortable portable chair I have ever owned. It has a full headrest and pillow, yet the chair can be set up to be lower than ordinary foldables. Events that require low back chairs cannot complain about this high-back full-sized chair. Putting it back in the bag takes a little longer than most chairs, but if you take your time, it is no big deal.
Date published: 2017-05-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Dang Comfy Chair Just got this little bad boy in the mail today. Fairly easy to put together and man is this thing comfy! It feels like you are suspended in mid air. The pillow is a nice touch as well as the padded sides. Height is good with the legs fully extended. I am a guy in my early 40s with bad knees and this was pretty easy to get in and out of. I am a big fan of ENO products and they have not disappointed once again! This is a solid buy and I do recommend it!
Date published: 2017-03-31
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Comfortable Chair; tall back Nice chair. Like the high back; comfortable. Can be tight if you have larger hips.
Date published: 2017-04-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Quality Lounger but will be hot in the summer I was skeptical about spending over $100 on a chair I couldn't really backpack with but I received the lounger free after winning their photo contest. I'll explain what I think the pro's and con's are of the chair. PRO: It sets up easy (like a tent, not like a traditional collapsible accordion-style camp chair) and the quality is as one would expect from ENO (outstanding). The materials are strong rip-stop that feel like they'll last forever. It is super comfy to lounge back in and at 5'10" tall my head hits center on the pillow CON: The material is thick and will certainly be hot once the summer heat hits (especially here in hot/humid Florida). Some mesh would be nice. The cup holder is definitely an after-thought and is not suitable for a full drink as it wobbles and hangs at an angle. It's uncomfortable to sit up in, as it is fully reclined at all times and isn't the easiest chair to get in and out of Shorter people need-not apply as my 5'3" girlfriend's head doesn't reach the pillow. Conclusion: Considering I got the chair for free, I love it. If you're looking for a lounger that you can adjust the height of it's certainly a good product. I really hope, as another reviewer suggested, they make a mesh version of the seat which can be purchased separately from the frame down the road. All-in-all I think it's slightly overpriced but is excellent quality and, if found at a discount (like the annual sale here) it's worth a pick-up!
Date published: 2017-05-26
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Is it possible to comfortably sit cross-legged in this chair?

Asked by: BetsyK
Your ability to sit comfortably while cross-legged in this chair will be dependent on your own leg length and flexibility.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-04-06

Can you tell me the correct folded dimension and the seat height thank you

Asked by: Duilio
The correct packed dimensions for this chair are 18 x 6 inches. The seat height can adjust from 3 to 10 inches. Thank you for bringing this to our attention. We will update the information on REI.com as soon as possible.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-06-11

How is this chair for the sand- 

Asked by: Beach go
​This chair can be used in the sand.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-03-14
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Rated 2 out of 5 by from Difficult to setup & down. Filmsy for its rating. I bought this based on the description online. It was expensive but I believe you get what you pay for. The assembly instructions are a joke. After 25 minutes I finally put it together. If you weigh over 200 lbs., I wouldn't recommend it. It's also difficult to get out of. I spent another 20 minutes disassembling and re-bagging it. I returned the ENO Lounger and bought a Helinox Sunset chair. It was a few more dollars but was the difference between night and day. Easy assembly/disassembly, bigger and more stable, disassembled it's smaller and easily fits into a well-designed stowage bag. It's great, forget the ENO Lounger.
Date published: 2017-04-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Well worth the sticker shock I bought this chair specifically for moto-camping with my big adv bike, for use after a long day of riding so comfort was my top priority. I also wanted something that would fit into my panniers if possible, and this chair luckily fit the bill. It is extremely comfortable. You basically melt into it every time you sit down. And my favorite part is it actually has 3 settings: high, low, and reclined. All of which are unbelievably comfortable. I went car camping with it this weekend in Sequoia and while none of my friends would probably buy one themselves, they all seemed to understand why I had paid $120 for it. I would suggest buying a strap to go around the tubing for packing it up, made things much easier for me.
Date published: 2017-04-03
Rated 3 out of 5 by from GREAT First Revision Eno nailed it on the comfort of this chair and on the adjustable height. The chair actually feels like you are sitting in a hammock, the comfort rocks! Love that I can snap the legs out of the way and sit in it at 6” off the ground. It puts me at nearly the same level as all my friends with their Alite Monarch or Mayfly chairs (the spring 2017 Eno Lounger is more comfortable than the Alite chairs). Having everyone else sitting low and you sitting up high makes you feel like you aren’t part of the group and if you’re playing cards it downright sucks. And, if I’m with a group of people with taller chairs I can slide the legs in and sit 18” high. While a little bit lower than many other chairs it gets me close enough. The padded arms are also great, they definitely add to the comfort. So, why didn’t I give the 2017 Eno Lounger 5 stars then, and why did I refer to it as a “First Revision”. 1) While all the other quality manufacturers have used high quality durable mesh in their chairs, Eno did not do that in the first revision of their chair. Down here in the SouthWest where it is already hitting close to 90 degrees the fabric reduces breathability significantly over mesh, making you sweat, and the comfortable high back just adds to the heat build-up as your back begins sweating. This severe design flaw will effect anyone who plans on using this where the temperature gets above 85 if there is any humidity. It’s advisable to wait for the next revision to come out that is sure to incorporate mesh into the chair. I should note that Eno placed three small holes where the center of your butt goes in the seat and despite friends joking that they were designed for people eating a lot of beans while camping I am sure they are designed to allow water drainage when it rains because otherwise a chair left in the rain would trap and hold water. The holes offer no breathability to speak of. 2) The cup holder was an afterthought and if you put a can in it, the can will hang at a near 65 degree angle. Essentially you’ll lose the top half of any beer you place in the cup holder. 3) The ability to clip the legs out of the way and sit at the lower position was great out of the box thinking (Congrats Eno, you raised the bar for all the chair manufacturers), but for anyone in the Southwest setting their chair on everything other than grass, soft dirt, or sand, I can only imagine the leg mounts will end up quickly torn up by decomposed granite and other rock prevalent here. Small nubs to replace the legs and protect the leg mounts will hopefully come when complaints come in. Again, this is the most comfortable chair around but I would hold off on purchasing till at minimum the mesh is added to the seat. If Eno followed in Alite’s footsteps and offered a reasonably priced (~$20) replacement seat slings (fabric portions) I would say it’s worth buying now knowing you will most likely want to replace the seat sling in the future.
Date published: 2017-04-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Camp Chair Setup and take down is a two minute simple process. (Doesn't need directions.) Most comfortable camp chair I have ever sat in. Tried the Hellinox Sunset, and while it is lighter something about the back did not hit me right. In the Eno I am going to sleep. Downside of Eno is its weight, but I decided to take it on my 8 day Canadian canoe trip anyway, because there is nothing like having a place to rest the back at the end of a tough day.
Date published: 2017-05-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My Favorite Packable Chair This is the most comfortable portable chair I have ever owned. It has a full headrest and pillow, yet the chair can be set up to be lower than ordinary foldables. Events that require low back chairs cannot complain about this high-back full-sized chair. Putting it back in the bag takes a little longer than most chairs, but if you take your time, it is no big deal.
Date published: 2017-05-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Dang Comfy Chair Just got this little bad boy in the mail today. Fairly easy to put together and man is this thing comfy! It feels like you are suspended in mid air. The pillow is a nice touch as well as the padded sides. Height is good with the legs fully extended. I am a guy in my early 40s with bad knees and this was pretty easy to get in and out of. I am a big fan of ENO products and they have not disappointed once again! This is a solid buy and I do recommend it!
Date published: 2017-03-31
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Comfortable Chair; tall back Nice chair. Like the high back; comfortable. Can be tight if you have larger hips.
Date published: 2017-04-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Quality Lounger but will be hot in the summer I was skeptical about spending over $100 on a chair I couldn't really backpack with but I received the lounger free after winning their photo contest. I'll explain what I think the pro's and con's are of the chair. PRO: It sets up easy (like a tent, not like a traditional collapsible accordion-style camp chair) and the quality is as one would expect from ENO (outstanding). The materials are strong rip-stop that feel like they'll last forever. It is super comfy to lounge back in and at 5'10" tall my head hits center on the pillow CON: The material is thick and will certainly be hot once the summer heat hits (especially here in hot/humid Florida). Some mesh would be nice. The cup holder is definitely an after-thought and is not suitable for a full drink as it wobbles and hangs at an angle. It's uncomfortable to sit up in, as it is fully reclined at all times and isn't the easiest chair to get in and out of Shorter people need-not apply as my 5'3" girlfriend's head doesn't reach the pillow. Conclusion: Considering I got the chair for free, I love it. If you're looking for a lounger that you can adjust the height of it's certainly a good product. I really hope, as another reviewer suggested, they make a mesh version of the seat which can be purchased separately from the frame down the road. All-in-all I think it's slightly overpriced but is excellent quality and, if found at a discount (like the annual sale here) it's worth a pick-up!
Date published: 2017-05-26
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Questions & Answers

Is it possible to comfortably sit cross-legged in this chair?

Asked by: BetsyK
Your ability to sit comfortably while cross-legged in this chair will be dependent on your own leg length and flexibility.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-04-06

Can you tell me the correct folded dimension and the seat height thank you

Asked by: Duilio
The correct packed dimensions for this chair are 18 x 6 inches. The seat height can adjust from 3 to 10 inches. Thank you for bringing this to our attention. We will update the information on REI.com as soon as possible.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-06-11

How is this chair for the sand- 

Asked by: Beach go
​This chair can be used in the sand.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-03-14
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