The Joey Chair is the perfect chair to take on your next motorcycle, ATV, or UTV adventure! The Joey is light, comfortable, and packs down to the size of a California burrito! Compact and weighing in at less than 2 lbs, this chair is a must for adventure and dual sport motorcycle riders. Arrive at your camp spot and relax comfortably around the campfire with the Joey chair. The Joey is made from an anodized aluminum frame with ripstop fabric and breathable mesh panels. This quality chair sets up in seconds and supports up to 300 pounds.
The perfect, must-have chair for your next adventure ride!
The Joey chair is light, comfortable, and packs down small.
Weighing in at less than 2 lbs, this chair is a must for adventure and dual sport motorcycle riders.
Made to last with an anodized aluminum frame, ripstop fabric with breathable mesh panels, high-strength plastic, and bar tack sewing.
Easy set up allows you to get relaxed fast after a hard day’s ride.
These chairs are awesome. Small enough to fit in most side cases and weigh very little. I'm 6' tall, weigh 260+ and been using it for last 2 years with no issues. Buy one, so much better than a rock, log, stump, helmet etc.
For the size and pack ability of this chair it's great. Have used it on half a dozen camp trips on the KLR last summer as well as a week long float trip on the Salmon river. I'm 6'3" and weigh in at a scantly 265 lbs. and this chair is plenty stable/ sturdy. The disc-like feet work great in the sand as well as the hardpack. Two buddies (who are not as substantial in size) bought similar but cheaper chairs and both need replaced before next ride/float season. I'm still sitting high and dry!
I purchased this chair to replace a Kermit chair. Both are great products, but I wanted something lighter that packed smaller than the Kermit chair. The Joey meets those requirements very well and is very easy to setup. The Joey is not quite as stable as the Kermit chair, but the size and weight is well worth the trade off. Holds my 195ish pounds easily.
I have been adventure riding for 5 years now. I have learned a lot about packing - carrying the essentials and trying to stay light.
There are several things I used to pack because they seemed like a good idea, but over time I realized they were unnecessary. On the opposite side of the spectrum, I thought some things were dumb and unnecessary - like a camp chair. I have since learned better.
At first I did not pack a chain and tried to sit on an uncomfortable pannier around the camp fire. After riding all day, that is a crappy way to rest and unwind! So then I bought a light/cheap camp stool. It was a great improvement over the pannier, but wasn't all that relaxing. A friend of mine bought a Helinox brand chair. It is light and super comfy, but spendy. I found that other adventure riders were using the same Helinox or the joey. The joey is about $30 cheaper and looks the exact same so I bought it. I love it!
This chair is very light, sets up quickly, and allows you to actually rest and relax! This is a must for adventure riding. It is worth packing the 2 lbs for the comfort you get at camp. It is built well and packs fairly small. Highly recommended.