Aether Beach Folding Table and Chairs

Summer is almost here and we are already making plans to spend some time at the beach. Getting the perfect tan might not be as simple as you think, especially if you go on a remote place and you will have to bring your own “furniture”.  Most of the people pack towels, a lot of protective lotion, a portable music player or a good book and refreshments.

For those who look at the time spent on the beach from a more sophisticated point of view; people who won’t settle for the things mentioned above and want something else there is furniture. Since I was I child I have learned that this type of furniture isn’t really that much of a chair or a table.

My parents always packed small metal foldable chairs and table that had a whole in the middle for the umbrella.Now I see progress; this aether beach collection includes materials like hardwood, stainless steel hardware and a black matte finish.  Giving its nature, the entire collection focuses on maximum portability; all the pieces can be folded down to fit inside an included traveler bag. Simple and made from  very resistant materials, like the hardwood, stainless steel and a back fabric from which army tents are made, this thing has just started to look as very good  way to improve your summer beach trips.Available for 500$.



Published by in Outdoor, on May 22nd, 2012

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