Folding Royal Reclining Adirondack Chair (Large)

  • $593.00
  • $736.00

The Royal Recliner takes our Royal model and adds four optimal reclining positions. The seat angle is slightly flatter making it easier to get in and out of. It is comfortable for people of all sizes. Our reclining Adirondack chairs have seven back slats and a 22-inch-wide seat, supporting up to 400 pounds

Features
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Ergonomic Design

Rounded back to cradle your spine and curved seat to avoid pressure points.

Stainless Steel Hardware

Handcrafted using over 100 stainless steel screws and bolts in every chair. We never use nails, staples, or plugs. Only oversized stainless steel hardware used.

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Assembly Options

Most of our products come 90% pre-assembled with easy-to-follow photo/online video instructions for final assembly.

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Responsibly Sourced

We use only uniformed color, hand-selected, FSC certified wood or Green Circle certified 100% recycled plastic lumber.

Dimensions

Adirondack chair dimensions

SEAT SIZE

22”W  x 18”D

SEAT HEIGHT (highest/lowest)

14”/10"

BACK HEIGHT

33”

BACK WIDTH

22”

NO. OF BACK SLATS

7

ARM WIDTH

6”

SPACE REQUIREMENT

32"W x 38"D

STORAGE (folded)

12” x 32” x 46”

WEIGHT

Pine/Cedar: 37lbs

Poly-Luxe: 62lbs

IPE: 90lbs

WOOD THICKNESS

1”

SUPPORTS UP TO

400lbs

Shipping & Production
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All products are handcrafted to our highest standards.

Unstained products usually ship in 4-6 weeks;
Stained and poly products usually ship in 4-8 weeks.

All products shipped by FEDEX Ground and tracking emails are sent to each customer once the boxes leave our warehouse.


Assembly Instructions

Our assembly process is easy and time-efficient thanks in part to its industry-leading design! In fact, all the instructions are visual-based, allowing you to follow each step along the journey towards a finished chair. The assembly starts with the creation of the seatback using individual slats and a series of bracers to keep them together. Afterwards, the chair base itself is put together, involving the attachment of slats to three pieces that form the edges and maintain the chair’s shape. Next comes the chair legs, affixed to the base, followed by the installation of the armrests. The last step involves adding the assembled seatback to the base, completing the build of your beautiful new foldable Adirondack chair. Need more information? Go to our Industry Leading Design page to learn more!

Adirondack Chair Company Logo vs Competitors

Feature The Best Adirondack
Chair Company
Big Box Stores Poly & Composite
Competitors
Wood Competitors
Material Used blue checkmark Full 1" thick solid wood or 100% reclycled plastic full 1" thick 3/4" or thinner Wood & Plastic 3/4" recycled plastic or plastic filled wood sawdust 3/4" or thinner Pine or Cedar Wood
Hardware blue checkmark Oversized(never rust) Stainless Steel Zinc Plated Stainless Steel (some) Most Zinc Plated Stainless Steel (some) Most Zinc Plated
Guarantee blue checkmark Lifetime Warranty no with a cancle sign Limited 20-Year Warranty no with a cancle sign
Comfort blue checkmark Curved seat & curved back supports lumbar for exeptional comfort Curved back (some) Most models with flat back & seat Curved back (some) Most models with flat back & seat Curved back (some) Most models with flat back & seat
Ease To Get In & Out blue checkmark Seat not as steep as others no with a cancle sign
Steep Seat
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Steep Seat
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Steep Seat
Customizable blue checkmark Yes no with a cancle sign no with a cancle sign no with a cancle sign
Manufacturing blue checkmark Handcrafted in Canada Mass Production Mass Production Mass Production
Sanding & Routering blue checkmark Fine hand sanding & routering
(no square or rough edges)
Mostly square edges with some routering Mostly square edges with some routering Mostly square edges with some routering
Finishing Available blue checkmark Yes no with a cancle sign no with a cancle sign no with a cancle sign
Assembly blue checkmark Kit or Partial
Also full assembly available upon request
Kit Assembly Only Kit Assembly Only Kit Assembly Only

Frequently Asked Questions

Where should I order a reclining Adirondack chair?

We’re the best choice around by a long shot, and that’s due to a few factors. First is our dedication to handcrafted excellence, carefully sourcing only the finest materials when assembling your chair. Next is our approach to details, such as our special four-stage staining process using SICO ProLuxe stain (equivalent to three coats), hand drying, and more. Third is our after-sales support, 10-day return policy, and best-in-class guarantees – we’re here for you to ensure you’re satisfied with your purchase for years to come!

How do I maintain my reclining Adirondack chair?

Washing down with soap and water, then rinsing thoroughly, is all you’ll really need to do much of the time. This only needs to be done every few weeks or so. As for the paint or stain, we recommend reapplication every few years or so if you don’t want to go with a naturally aged look (this particularly applies to wooden Adirondack chairs).

Which is better, wooden or plastic Adirondack chairs?

There’s no bad choice as far as we’re concerned – it’s all down to your budget in addition to style and material preference! Woods can be ordered untreated or stained, the latter of which offers exclusive choices such as an immaculate caramel finish for clear cedar chairs. For Poly-Luxe, you have a wide array of both vibrant and neutral colors available to you in addition to wood grain options. These are constructed with 100% recycled plastics and hardly need any maintenance – you can leave them out all year long without worry!

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Frequently Asked Questions

Our Reclining Adirondack Chair products make use of an adjustable seat back. This can be set at any one of four angles, including 43, 47, 54, and 62 degrees. The higher the number, the more upright you’ll sit.

Gentle washing and scrubbing with mild soap and water is all it takes to keep your Adirondack chair looking its best and feeling clean to the touch. If you prefer to maintain the like-new appearance, you’ll be able to reapply stain or oil to the specific type of wood you ordered your chair in or let it wear and patina naturally over time instead. Alternatively, consider our Poly-Luxe material, made with 100% post-consumer recycled plastics, which doesn’t fade in the sun and is even more durable.

Absolutely! From reading a book by the pool to taking an afternoon snooze with the dog in your lap, there are plenty of ways to make use of the reclining feature. The multiple adjustable angles make it practical for even more use cases, including fireside chats and otherwise.

Frequently Asked Questions

Adirondack chairs are a comfortable, roomy form of outdoor lounge seating with an iconic design typology. With a sloped or flat seat (depending on the model), a tall, slatted back and wide armrests, they are available from The Best Adirondack Chair Company in a wide variety of sizes including the Classic (smallest) and the Grand (the largest seat area with the highest weight tolerance).

Adirondack chairs were first created back in 1903, named after the majestic Adirondack Mountain range in the state of New York. They are occasionally marketed as Muskoka chairs, especially in North America , though the design actually originates from the United States and differs slightly. The Adirondack is exceptional comfort – perfect with your favorite cold drink and a meal from the grill thanks to the wide armrests – along with their long-lasting design and build quality are what make them such a popular choice. Plus, they’re super easy to maintain!

When ordering your chair from us, you have plenty of choices. Not only can you customize a modern Adirondack chair in one of several overall designs, from recliners to the Grand and more, but you also have a choice between durable, high-quality wood species or 100-percent recycled plastic (known as Poly-Luxe).

You can’t go wrong with either option thanks to our commitment to top-notch materials and service. That said, it’s a good idea to consider the type of environment in which you wish to use your beautiful new Adirondack chair. Some woods withstand moisture better than others, for instance. Regardless of your choice, our team is here to help you extend your chair’s lifespan and even further minimize maintenance. Depending on your style preference, you may be interested in our black or white Poly-Luxe chairs, and there are plenty more vibrant colors to choose from!

Very! You might not want to leave yours, and that’s due to its ideal lounging height, spacious armrests, and ample back support thanks to the tall slats. Contrary to other models, our chairs are easy to get in and out of. Whether poolside, on the patio or even on the road in a collapsible design, there’s something for everyone. You’re certain to find an ideal seating solution for almost any outdoor space.

You can’t go wrong with either option thanks to our commitment to top-notch materials and service. That said, it’s a good idea to consider the type of environment in which you wish to use your beautiful new Adirondack chair. Some woods withstand moisture better than others, for instance. Regardless of your choice, our team is here to help you extend your chair’s lifespan and even further minimize maintenance. Depending on your style preference, you may be interested in our black or white Poly-Luxe chairs, and there are plenty more vibrant colors to choose from!

Yes – at least, all our folding adirondack chairs certainly are! In fact, with our double chair design, The Best Adirondack Chair Company is the only company offering a folding Adirondack Tete-a-Tete that locks into the upright position, making your travel experience that much smoother wherever you decide to set up and unwind. Single-seater chairs are just as easy to fold up, store, and relocate as needed.

All you need is soap and water – no, seriously! We recommend cleaning your chair every few weeks when in use, and repainting/re-staining as needed (this is generally every few years) unless you prefer to go with a faded look over time.