Royal Rocking Adirondack Chair (Large)

  • $659.00
  • $789.00

The Royal Rocker matches the chair design aspects of our Royal Adirondack chair, with the addition of two solidly made rockers. It is comfortable for people of all sizes. Our Royal Rocker has 7 back slats, a 22 inch wide seat and supports up to 400lbs.

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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 recycled plastic lumber manufactured by Tangent which has achieved GreenCircle Certified Recycled Content certification.


Adirondack chair dimensionsAdirondack chair dimensions



22”W x 18”D

SEAT HEIGHT (highest/lowest)











32"W x 38"D

STORAGE (folded)

12” x 32” x 46”


Pine/Cedar: 38lbs

Poly-Luxe: 60lbs

IPE: 90lbs





Shipping & Delivery
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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 UPS 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
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

The Rocking Adirondack Chair (large model) weighs approximately 38 pounds for pine and cedar, 60 pounds for Poly-Luxe, and 90 pounds for IPE.

At the moment, our Rocking Adirondack Chair (large model) is available in knotted pine, knotted or clear cedar, Poly-Luxe synthetic lumber, and Brazilian walnut (otherwise known as IPE). These are all highly durable, long-lasting options that are certain to serve you well for many years to come!

At this time, we are able to offer the Rocking Adirondack Chair model in a large size (this is known as our Royal size). For alternative sizing queries, reach out to us today for assistance.

There’s no wrong choice thanks to our commitment to responsibly sourced, high-quality materials and components! Each wooden chair is built to handle outdoor conditions year-round, though you can certainly extend its lifespan and further minimize maintenance needs as it ages by not keeping it out in the winter or during extreme weather circumstances. As they are constructed of recycled plastics, our Poly-Luxe chairs can be left out year-round without any worries if you so desire.

We have a wide variety of beautiful, vibrant paint colors readily available for all Poly-Luxe chairs we produce including black, red, white, and many more. Alternatively, if you want a wood-like visual appearance, we have variations of Poly-Luxe finishes available with this effect including cedar, grey driftwood, and a stunning walnut.

For wooden Adirondack rocking chairs, our four-stage staining treatment utilizes an 80-gallon vat of SICO ProLuxe – one of the finest finishes around. It’s as effective as applying three coatings to your chair! We also perform other tasks including hand-drying and further staining as needed to ensure optimal results and a lasting, beautiful finish.