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Faulkner Furniture fashions outdoor fun

A big part of the RV lifestyle is the great outdoors, which is why RV enthusiasts are looking for the best in outdoor furniture, and Faulkner’s three new chair styles strengthen the extensive Faulkner lineup with more great options for a variety of outdoor activities, the company reported.

RVers headed out for this season’s tailgaters, for some river bank fishing or for some quality relaxation under the awning in their favorite RV resort will enjoy the comfort and style of Faulkner’s newest designs, the release explained.

Faulkner Big DaddyFaulkner’s Dakota folding rocking chair is quick and simple to fold up to a size of 47.2-by-24-by-6.9 inches for under-RV storage. The folded chair is easy to carry and quick to set up. It features a padded seat and backrest for added comfort and a convenient pouch so users can keep their stuff handy. Constructed of sturdy steel tubing and 600D polyester fabric in three different color schemes, the new rocker holds up to 300 pounds.

Faulkner El CapitanFaulkner’s El Capitan was designed for a long, comfortable sitting. It is equipped with an insulated cooler that holds up to 12 cans and an attached side tray with built-in drink holder. The stain resistant 600D polyester fabric is available in three colors. Folds to 35.4-by-5.9-by-21.7 inches. Steel tubing provides 300 pound capacity.

Faulkner Big DaddyRVers can venture out from their units with Faulkner’s Big Dog Bucket Chair, which comes with a carry bag and shoulder strap. The Big Dog is quick and easy to set up for comfortable seating in the padded seat and backrest. Holds up to 300 pounds. It opens to 37.8-by-36.2-by-28.7 inches and folds up to 41.3-by-14.6-by-11.8 inches. Steel tube construction with 600D polyester fabric provides up to 300 pound capacity. The carry bag is 300D polyester fabric with PU coating.

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