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Folding Adirondack Chairs

On the lookout for an outdoor lounge chair that's both comfortable and convenient? Consider adding a folding Adirondack chair to your outdoor space. We offer a wide selection, so you're sure to find the perfect match for your porch, patio, or balcony.

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  1. Classic Folding Adirondack 3-Piece Set in Slate Grey Quick Ship Colors!
    Classic Adirondack

    Classic Folding Adirondack 3-Piece Set

    2 Adirondack Chairs + Round Side Table
    +15 POLYWOOD® colors
    $549.00
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  2. South Beach 3-Piece Folding Adirondack Set in Slate Grey
    South Beach

    South Beach 3-Piece Folding Adirondack Set

    2 Adirondack Chairs + Rectangular Side Table
    +12 POLYWOOD® colors
    $649.00
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Why POLYWOOD?

POLYWOOD folding Adirondack chairs are versatile outdoor lounge options busy families love. We designed them to be convenient seating you can effortlessly fold up and move whenever and wherever you wish in your outdoor area.

Our goal is to make outdoor living easy and enjoyable for you and eco-friendly for our planet, so we can ensure that the largest outdoor space of all stays healthy and clean. Any POLYWOOD Adirondack chair you choose is built with durable HDPE lumber, made from sustainable materials including landfill-bound and ocean-bound plastics. Every time you sit back and relax in your fold-up lounger, you can feel good knowing you are part of the solution to ending plastic pollution.


"They arrived early, and my husband put them together in one day. We're very pleased."

- Barbara K.

Purchased November 2021

Folding Adirondack Chair Colors

Good things come in threes, and POLYWOOD foldable Adirondacks offer comfort, convenience, and color. Our loungers come in a rainbow of hues, giving you many opportunities to style your space and express your tastes. Brighten up your poolside with a trio of Lemon, Lime, and Tangerine fold-up Adirondacks. Or create a peaceful patio scene with a Slate Grey conversation set.

Folding Adirondack Features

Weatherproof

Dust and heat of the desert, humidity and salt spray on the southern coasts, intense snowfall in the northern states — it doesn't matter where you live. Your Adirondack chair can handle a variety of climates and environmental factors. However, you can fold up your seat for easy storage if you want to keep it out of the weather.

Low Maintenance

Not only is your foldable lounger easy to maintain, but it also requires no assembly on your part, and you don't need to do any extra work to make it comfortable. All of our fold-up chairs ship fully assembled, and many models feature contoured seats and curved backrests that accentuate your relaxation experience.

Sustainability

Genuine POLYWOOD lumber is made from sustainable materials, including landfill-bound and ocean-bound plastics. Turning recycled plastic into beautiful outdoor furniture keeps the planet healthy and gives discarded plastic a second chance to become something beautiful and long-lasting.

As History Unfolds

Folding chairs have been around for thousands of years. The earliest known fold-up chairs were used by royalty in ancient Egypt, Rome, Minoa, and Greece around the 15th century B.C., before finding their way to Denmark during the Nordic Bronze Age. In the Middle Ages, faithful congregants saw foldable chairs as ideal seating in churches. And as churches became more widespread around Europe, so did folding chairs. 

Many had a hand in inventing the modern folding chair we know today, starting with John Cram, who first patented an armless folding chair in 1855. Nathaniel Alexander came along in 1911 and patented an improved version that featured a bookrest. Philip E. G. Harrison then patented the first metal foldable lounger with a fabric seat and backrest in 1931. And in 1956, Fredric Arnold patented an aluminum fold-up chair with a simple design that could be easily mass-produced.

Folding Chair FAQs
Are folding Adirondack chairs sturdy?
Yes, folding Adirondack chairs are sturdy. These loungers are designed to be used repeatedly outdoors for leisure and relaxation, so the materials needed to build Adirondacks must have strength and durability. When you're shopping for fold-up Adirondack chairs, look for products made from all-weather HDPE poly lumber and stainless steel hardware as both are low-maintenance, long-lasting materials that stand up to bad weather and continual use.
Are folding Adirondack chairs comfortable?
Yes, folding Adirondack chairs are comfortable. These outdoor chairs sit low to the ground with reclined seats and backs, letting you sink into them, lean back, and relax. Some fold-up Adirondacks offer additional features such as wide-set armrests, contoured seats, and curved backrests, which increase their comfort levels.
Folding Adirondack Chairs Fit Anywhere

In the Backyard

If you live in the city, there's a good chance your backyard is a small space. You can still have a stylish sitting area by placing a few fold-up Adirondacks in your yard so guests have an area where they can relax. When you aren't using your chairs, tuck them away in storage to free up space.

At the Beach

Line a group of weather-resistant foldable Adirondacks along the shore in front of your summer beach house so your family can watch the waves roll in. Don't forget to grab cold drinks so everyone can have a drink in their hand and their toes in the sand.

For Your Lake House

Unfold a few lounge chairs on the deck of your lake house so you can have the perfect spot to watch the sunrise over the water. Place coordinating side tables between the Adirondacks, so guests have places to rest mugs of hot coffee while they enjoy the view with you. 

Around the Fire

Gather a group of foldable loungers around a coordinating POLYWOOD fire pit table on the patio to create a setting where family can stay comfortable and cozy while you stargaze in any season. 

Adirondack Chair Buying Guide
Find the perfect Adirondack chair for your space with the help of our detailed buying guide.
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