Sitting in Style: Helinox Chair Zero Takes Fitness Recovery to New Heights

It’s officially camping season! OK, for many of you out there – it is ALWAYS camping season. But for those fair weather overnighters like me, summer is when we get into high gear.

One of my favorite things after a hike, camp set-up, and potentially even a short trail run (I mean, we do love running) is to sit around the fire to disconnect, chat, cook food, or read a book. A nice chair makes the experience even nicer. There are many camping chairs out there, from little tripod stools to large loungers. The Helinox Chair Zero is a perfect option for the trails – and as a relaxing post-run option as well.

Helinox is a reputable outdoor gear company that has gained a solid reputation for producing high-quality and innovative products designed to enhance outdoor experiences. With a commitment to craftsmanship and attention to detail, Helinox focuses on creating lightweight, portable, and durable gear for adventurers of all kinds.

After a long and strenuous run, having a comfortable chair to rest and recover is a game-changer. This chair provides a supportive seat where us runners can relax and give our muscles a chance to recover. Additionally, the lightweight and compact design of the chair make it easy to bring along to races or running events, allowing us to have a comfortable seating option wherever the road may take us.

This chair is super lightweight (17 ounces!) and folds down to the size of a running shoe! It is made strong yet lightweight aluminum frame, making it easy to carry and perfect for on-the-go adventures. The fabric used in the seat is both breathable and durable, ensuring long-lasting performance even in rough terrains.

The chair also features reinforced stitching, ensuring that it can withstand the rigors of outdoor use. It sits lower to the ground, so long legged people like me, or those with mobility issues, may want something a little taller.

It is super easy to set-up:

  1. Begin by removing the chair from its carry bag. Unfold the chair, allowing the poles to slide into the attached holes.
  2. Locate the seat fabric and attach it to the frame by sliding each corner of the fabric onto the corresponding pole of the frame.
  3. That’s it.

The Helinox Chair Zero is a really great option that we have already put to use multiple times this past month. Here’s to more!

About Author

Matt Rasmussen lives in Keizer, Ore. with his wife and three daughters. He enjoys watching hockey, going to as many breweries (618) and wineries (152) as he can, and all things Canada (he was born there). Matt was raised as a baseball player and officially transitioned over to running in 2010.

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