Even after years of sun, rain, and use, genuine POLYWOOD lumber will look as good as new thanks to our Color-Stay Technology. Vivid pigments run continuously throughout the material while UV inhibitors and stabilizers keep the hues pristine without the need to sand, paint, or stain.
Offered in a variety of colors, styles, and seating arrangements, these sets make it a breeze to design your dream outdoor space.
“Beautiful color; perfect for an elegant look at the pool and fire pit. Heavy enough to stay put when we get high winds … yet light enough that I can move it around with ease … Excellent quality; I'm sure they'll last forever. Comfortable. Easy to put together and then just remove the pins to fold for storage.”
Invite the family over, fire up the grill, and savor every moment. Our spill- and stain-resistant dining furniture serves style and comfort on the regular.
Are folding Adirondack chairs sturdy?
Yes, we design our folding Adirondack chairs to be just as sturdy as our standard styles. Two large pins secure the chair when it's in use and can be easily removed when you want to fold the chair flat for easy storage.
Are folding Adirondack chairs comfortable?
Yes, folding Adirondacks sit low to the ground with reclined seats and backs, letting you sink in, lean back, and relax. Some of these foldable chairs offer comfort-boosting features like wide-set armrests and contoured seats.
Additional Adirondack Features
Rain, wind, and sleet shouldn't get in the way of enjoying your outdoor furniture. Unlike wood, POLYWOOD products are innovatively engineered to withstand all four seasons without splintering, rotting, cracking, or chipping.
We understand that relaxation is about having peace of mind. That’s why POLYWOOD outdoor furniture is built to last and backed by a 20-year warranty. Have any questions? Our Customer Experience Team is always here to help.
Don’t sweat it. Your new furniture will come together beautifully and in minutes using everyday tools. From streamlined packaging and instructions to super-secure hardware, everything’s been designed for stress-free assembly.
We're in the business of relaxation, and all of our collections are expertly engineered for lasting durability and minimal maintenance, come rain or shine. In other words, inclement weather, UV rays, and strong winds are no match for our heavy-duty patio furniture.
Made using reusable plastics, genuine POLYWOOD lumber allows us to minimize our environmental impact. Our infinitely recyclable high-density polyethylene furniture is proudly made in the USA, and we offer free shipping on every purchase.
Why are they called Adirondacks?
Thomas Lee created the first Adirondack in 1903 to accommodate guests (and the rugged terrain) at his summer home in the Adirondack Mountains. While it was originally named the Westport chair, the better-known Adirondack name caught on as it gained popularity with locals and visitors in upstate New York. Lee's design featured the same wide armrests, straight back, and sloped seat we still see today.
Adirondack Chair Buying Guide
Sizes, silhouettes, materials, colors, comfort levels: Let’s talk about all things Adirondacks. Our comprehensive buying guide can help you find the perfect fit for your backyard, deck, garden, or patio.