Adirondack Chairs

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What Is An Adirondack Chair?

Adirondack Chair Definition– A wooden outdoor chair with a distinctively slanted back and seat, as well as oversized arm rests.

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The Adirondack chair is defined by its unique back and seat, unlike most chairs before its time. The Adirondack chair was created in a small town near the Adirondack mountains, and was designed to work well in the slanted, mountainous terrain. The seat is low to the ground, with a tall back and large arm rests. While traditional Adirondack chairs are made of wood, many are now available in plastic.

what is an adirondack chair

Last Updated: April 9, 2012
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