|Product Type: Adirondack chair||Frame Material: Plastic|
|Style: Traditional||Cushions Included: No|
|Toss Pillows Included: No||Commercial Use: No|
|Assembly Required: Yes|
|Product Warranty: 20-year limited residential warranty; 1-year limited commercial warranty|
POLYWOOD manufactures casual outdoor furniture that you will be proud to own – for a lifetime.
POLYWOOD is a high performance wood lumber substitute manufactured from high density plastic. It consists of high density polyethylene resins, and select coloring and foaming agents. POLYWOOD is processed into a specification product that closely resemble painted and natural wood products that absorb no moisture, making them resistant to rotting, warping, cracking or splintering. In addition, POLYWOOD is compounded with permanent UV stabilized colors that eliminate the need for painting and staining, waterproofing, or stripping and resurfacing.
POLYWOOD products are impervious to many common corrosive substances including salt water as well as gasoline and hydrocarbon oils.
Amy from MA – Verified Buyer
I bought 2 of these and they are just as pictured, and worth the money.
Perfect outdoor seating!
keewaydin from Naples, FL – Verified Buyer
Bought these chairs for our outdoor patio. They are super comfy to sit back in. Looking to get the ottomans to add to the comfort level. The curved edge of the seat is also a nice touch - no sharp edges to dig into your legs while sitting. All around great chairs - perfect outdoor patio seating!
Very comfortable Chair
James E. from San Antonio, TX – Verified Buyer
Have a pair of these chairs on my front porch and love them. The Seashell back is a must for these chairs. Assembly is done with a provided hex key. Just cut off the angle on the hex key and insert in your drill for quick assembly.
Polywood should be highlighed more
Ellie from NJ
I've had several patio sets over the years but this one is a real winner. I'm so glad I got it in the green color. It was very easy to put together and looks like it will last for years. I do think you should have a separate section for all the Polywood pieces for us environmental folks!