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Save 41% on a folding Adirondack chair during Overstock's Fourth of July sale


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Pair of brown wooden chairs next to pool in front of bushes

SAVE 41%: If you're looking for outdoor furniture, quality seating is a must. This Hanlee Acacia Wood Folding Adirondack Chair by Christopher Knight Home is on sale for $116.02, which means you'll slash 41% off its usual price of $196.86.


Whether you have a patio the size of a small apartment or you live in the city with a sliver of outdoor space, Overstock can help you make the most of it with its Fourth of July sale.

One particularly versatile option is the Hanlee Acacia Wood Folding Adirondack Chair by Christopher Knight Home, which is a stately wooden chair, water-resistant and hardy, that guests can be comfy in while requiring minimal upkeep (the chair, that is, not your friends). It comes in five colors and is foldable for maximum portability.

The Hanlee Adirondack Chair also features a classic slatted design with wide arm rests — comfortable to lounge in whether you choose to throw a couple pillows and a blanket on there or not. Buy a projector and make a movie night of it, or have a pool day and stretch out in the sun to dry off. Even host a barbecue without worrying about someone inevitably spilling a beer on your nice outdoor couch — these chairs are easy to clean.

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