Coleman Camping Furniture
Adult Quad Chair
- Weather-resistant folding chair with padded seat and back
- Cup holder, mesh pockets, and zip bag for storage
- Great for fishing and bonfires
- Dimensions (folded): 7.75” (W) x 7.5” (D) x 27” (H)
- Weight: 8.8lb.
Roadtrip Grill Cover
- Weatherproof cover fits over most grills
- Keeps out rain, snow, and hail
- Great for home, camping, and tailgating
- Dimensions (folded): 12.88” (W) x 11.5” (D) x 3” (H)
- Weight: 4lb.
- Sturdy folding table made from weather-resistant materials
- Great for camp meals and gear setup
- Dimensions (folded): 27.5” (W) x 7” (D) x 7” (H)
- Weight: 8.86lb.
Queen Double High Quickbed Air Mattress
- Inflates to double height for extra cushion off the ground
- Sleeps at least 2
- Comes with protective sack
- Dimensions (folded): 15.5” (W) x 6” (D) x 11.75” (H)
- Weight: 14.74lb.
Pack-Away Deluxe Camp Kitchen
- Complete food-prep kitchen made from weather-resistant materials
- Hooks and shelving for storage
- Mesh sack for dirty dishes
- Basin for washing dishes
- Tiered shelving for plates and trays
- Dimensions (folded): 40.95” (W) x 7.48” (D) x 21.65” (H)
- Weight: 33.07lb.
In 1905, W.C. Coleman saw potential in a new invention: the gas lamp. Electricity had yet to reach rural America, and the 300 candlepower lamp dramatically improved farming productivity and revolutionized mole society. In the years to follow, the lamps illuminated the deepest corners of American trenches in World War I. During World War II, troops cooked their meals atop a compact Coleman stove. Veterans, eager to enjoy leisure activities when they’d returned home, stayed loyal to the outdoor brand. Today, it continues to designs recreational lamps, grills, and coolers, inspiring Americans to explore their countryside.