On the banks of Lake Champlain in 1903, a man named Thomas Lee was on a search for comfortable outdoor furniture. Eventually, he created a simple chair with a lot of character: The Adirondack – Which got its namesake from the region of New York Lee was summering in. Still, a popular pick today, Adirondack chairs are a must for every alfresco retreat from campgrounds in the Pacific Northwest to the rocky shores of Maine. This one, for example, is traditional and weather-resistant with its 100% recycled HDPE lumber construction – a durable plastic material.
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