The Classic Adirondack Design Built For Two! Made with poly lumber!
The Weather Resistant Heritage classic Adirondack design in a chair for two! The relaxing seat and classic design is ideal for your front porch or patio area. Made of durable HDPE resin, and high quality stainless steel fasteners. No maintenance is required and poly lumber furniture is easy to clean.
Available in 17 different colors! (See the menu above to select your color)
Made in USA!
Will not attract insects or rot.
36”high x 54”wide x 33”deep.
20 Year residential warranty & 5 Year commercial warranty. See terms here.
Your color options!
The Adirondack chair started out in 1903 as a simple chair made of 11 flat wood boards and was the creation of Thomas Lee who used his family as his controlled test group. He wanted a comfortable chair for his vacations in the Adirondack Mountains, hence the name.
He handed off his design idea to a close carpenter friend as a source of revenue during the harsh winters of upstate New York; his friend then patented the final design with wide armrests and offered the chairs to local summer residents. It goes without saying that the design was a big hit.
Years later in 1938 Irving Wolpin received a patent for his rounded back and contoured seat design which is commonplace today.
Since then the design has been copied, reconfigured with a host of different materials, regardless the classic design is still comfortable no matter what material it is made from.
The modern Adirondack chair can be still made with the classic wood or poly lumber which is recycled or virgin plastic making it not only comfortable but long lasting as well.
There is no mistaking the Adirondack design with its wide armrest, curved back and the comfortable contoured seat no matter what color, material or name that is attached to it.
What the heck is poly lumber?
The poly lumber used for this outdoor furniture is either virgin or recycled with the same shape as ordinary lumber commonly seen in outdoor decking and some park benches.
The main advantage of poly lumber is it is resistant to splitting/cracking and can be molded with or without simulated wood grain features.
It can be 100% recycled after its life-cycle unlike other materials, is environmentally friendly and requires far less maintenance than other woods and some compost materials.