The Adirondack Collection features a timeless style of furnishing that can be utilized at any location. The recycled plastic used to manufacture this item is highly durable and will easily withstand daily public use. This material is also naturally resistant to many issues outdoor furniture faces such as fading of colors, chipping, swelling, peeling, and corrosion. With a wide range of colors to choose from, you will be sure to find a look that complements your location. Check out the ottomans and tables available to complete the outdoor experience your guests will appreciate!
Adirondack chairs have been around for over 120 years with very little change in their design. That's because their sloped, low-rise design has been time tested and approved for comfort since 1903. The wide arms of an Adirondack provide ample space and the angled seat eases tension in the legs. It stands out from most beach chairs because its simple design is easy and inexpensive.
The original Adirondack was made with 11 pieces of wood and features a straight back, wide arms, and a sloped seat. Today, most Adirondacks are made with plastic resin or marine polymer for durability and weather resistance. Many new designs feature contouring or the ability to fold for easy storage and transport but the straight back and wide arms of the traditional design are still as popular today as they were last century.