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Highwood Eco-friendly Marine-grade Synthetic Wood Weatherly Armchair - Grey
The Weatherly Dining Armchair takes its design cues from the extremely popular Weatherly Collection. Casual and comfortable lines create an impressive look that complements any of our impressive table options. The Weatherly dining Armchair takes its design cues from the extremely popular Weatherly Collection. Casual and comfortable lines create an impressive look that complements any of our impressive table options. The horizontal seatback slats are both refined and inviting. In addition to dining in style, our material is friendly to dirt and grime so clean up is a breeze. The chair backs are perfectly angled for your comfort and an evening of relaxation with family and friends. This chair has been load-tested, per ASTM 1561-03 (2008) standard for Outdoor plastic furniture and has a 500 pound weight capacity. Some assembly is required (see assembly guide). Just a few reasons why we think you will agree that highwood® products are the best choice for your family.
- Beautiful: 8 out 10 people surveyed agree - highwood is the best looking recycled plastic option on the market
- Realistic: A subtle surface grain texture makes it look just like wood.
- Worry free: Leave it outside all year long through sunshine, rain and ice
- Durable: Proven in the harshest climates (from the ice of Alaska to the heat of Arizona, from mountains to salty coastal regions).
- Theme Park Approved: Highwood's unique material is the preferred wood alternative for America's world-famous theme parks
- Stainless hardware: Built with 304 grade stainless steel hardware
- Environmentally friendly: Our products save forests, do not require stains or chemicals and are made in a factory running solar energy
- Peace of mind: Backed by a 12 year residential/2 year commercial limited warranty So kick off your shoes and let the stress of your day melt away. Welcome to highwood® Welcome to relaxation.
- Dimensions: 19.4inches long x 37 inches high x 24in D
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