I've owned 3. One I wore out. Took 20 years to do it. 2nd one I lost. Bummer. Now on 3rd chair and won't use any other. Super comfortable after a day of hiking. This chair works for me.
HEX 2.0 Original Chair
Our lightest chairs – are highly packable and great for ultra-light camping. Ideal whenever space and weight are a factor. Also perfect for day hikes – just clip the HEX 2.0 to your pack and go!
HEX 2.0 chairs roll-up compactly, with their handy attached strap, for ultra-easy carrying. A built-in hanging loop makes clipping to a pack easy. And, they work great as a short sleeping pad or mat for ultra-light backpacking too.
HEX 2.0 Chair Features
- Improved 8mm high-density cored EVA closed-cell foam provides more insulation and comfort without added bulk.
- Outer shell of durable 210D coated ripstop nylon protects from wet ground.
- Inner surface of water-resistant, breathable 70D coated ripstop nylon is more durable, easy to keep clean, provides better insulation and is totally sealed from sand and dirt.
- Virtually unbreakable carbon-fiber stays.
- Tight-knit nylon webbing for superior tensile strength.
- Reinforced wing connection for durability.
- Rolls up compactly to only 4″ diameter.
- Our most compact and packable model.
- Handy attached roll-up strap and hanging loop.
- 250 pound weight capacity.
- Limited Lifetime Warranty.
Size/Weight: 33″ x 15.5″; 21.9 oz./84 x 38 cm, 595 gr.
Limited Lifetime Warranty
Should have bought one of these years ago. This chair is awesome! I can use it where I choose to sit, not where the shade tells me I can sit. Chair is also multi use which I love, I can use it as a pad to kneel on when working with fire starting materials and in a pinch a half sleeping pad for me or my dog.
Crazy Creek Hex 2.0 Original Chair As is true for most all forms of travel, the general rule is to carry the minimum of what you might need. Excess weight is carried at the cost of energy, comfort, and speed. Minimizing volume has its benefits, too. Some travelers will go to extreme measures (and extreme costs) to travel as lightly as they can. While I'd just assume pedal with as little weight as possible, I'm also of the frame-of-mind that if I'm going to be living on my bike for a few months, I want to be comfortable. Plus, once you add food and water to your touring load, meticulous savings in gear ounces here-and-there are easily overshadowed. And so on our Patagonia trip, where I knew that seats (even those offered by a picnic table) would be far-and-few-between, carrying the extra weight and volume of a Crazy Creek chair was acceptable. Measuring 16.5" X 4" inches when folded and adding 1 lb 5 ounces to my gear weight, carrying the Crazy Creek is definitely a crazy luxury. But it is well worth it! How nice to be able to sit down and lean back in a comfortable chair in the middle of nowhere. Both my traveling partners brought Crazy Creek Chairs on this trip (at my urging) and both used them all the time. We used them at lunch...at our mid-afternoon coffee breaks...in camp at night -- basically anytime we weren't on the bikes or standing up. Sure, there are lighter chairs, as well as ones with legs that will get you off the ground. But the Crazy Creek's versatility just makes more sense. For one, you can set up the Crazy Creek on any surface -- the ground, a log, a rock. Secondly, by disconnecting the side straps and flattening out the Crazy Creek, you can use the chair as a mat under your sleeping bag. Although it wouldn't be a full-length mat, it still provides a bit of padding and a minimal thermal barrier. Should you decide to take a Crazy Creek with you on a bike tour or a backpacking trip, I suggest attaching the chair to the exterior of your pack so that it is easy to get to. The easier the access, the more it will be utilized. Sarah, HonoringMyCompass.com
I sent my Original Hex 2 chair back to Crazy Creek for repair of a broken stay in back and instead they promptly replaced it with a brand new one. Awesome Customer Service and quick turnaround. Crazy Creek fan for life.