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Gear Review: Robens Air Impact Seat 38

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We all agree that the outdoors is good for us, but it’s not quite so brilliant come picnic time when, in the absence of chairs, you find yourself perching on all manner of hazards like thorny bushes, spiky rocks, and sheep poo-covered grass.

That’s what seat mats were invented for, and inflatable ones are even better because they keep one’s posterior off the ground, which is nice when sitting on hard stuff, especially in cold weather. This Robens seat is easy to inflate/deflate and packs up small into a neat little bag.

Expect to pay £16
robens.com

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