Just what you need to relax at the beach or by the poolside, the Lafuma Futura Clipper Zero Gravity Lounge Chair will impress you with its perfect combination of comfort and sleek, contemporary style. It uses a patented clipper system to suspend the fabric instead of the traditional elastic lacing system, improving the quality of support across the entire recliner and creating a nicely finished look, all the while eliminating the periodic need to replace elastic laces and allowing easy removal of the fabric for cleaning. The end result is that you sit, enveloped in unmatched zero-gravity comfort, without the need for any cushions. Progressive multi-adjustments, from upright to reclining positions, let you relax exactly the way you want to. Plus, this recliner has a built-in headrest and ergonomically contoured armrests to take your comfort to a whole new level! It even folds up for easy storage and transportation, so you can easily take it along on your vacations. Choose from an assortment of fashion-forward colors to match your style.
Sturdily built with a High Limit Elastic (HLE) steel tube frame, this recliner is 15% lighter than regular steel. With polyester fibers covered by a coating of PVC, durable Batyline mesh fabric is resistant to rot, mildew, UV radiation, and fading and withstands temperature extremes ranging from -22°F to 158°F, so you can use it even in the hottest of summers. But that's not all! With up to 3% stretch capacity, Batyline hardly sags and will regain its original shape when given a little time to rest out of the sun. It also stands up well to use by the pool or salt water, making it the perfect choice for the poolside or the beach. Whether you're planning a beach outing, camping trip, or a day of lazy poolside lounging, this zero gravity recliner will not let you down.
In 1930, three French brothers, Victor, Alfred, and Gabriel Lafuma began manufacturing and selling goods. Their background was in tanning and saddling, and the brand was born from the invention of the backpack. Their bags were used for many different purposes, including assisting the French Army. The company branched out in 1954 to include the manufacturing of camping furniture, answered by immediate success. The France-based company went international in the early 1970's, and in 1988 they came to the States. Currently, Lafuma Group is focusing their research on new technologies for raw materials by intergrading sustainable development criteria, and product design with focus on ergonomics, practical intelligence, and durability. As they continue to reach for excellence, their products display how very well their determination pays off.