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Convenient for You: When you are fishing or camping, the stool cloth is convenient for you. It is folding and easy to carry. You donât worry about the weight of it. It is ultralight for you.
With Many Features: Because of its excellent materials, the stool cloth has many features, such as flat, stable, scratching-proof and ergonomic.
Triangular Cross-Stability: Because the shape of the stool cloth is Triangular, it has the feature of cross-stability, which is derived from the principle of triangular cross-stability.
With Anti-Cracking Feature: Because of its high quality materials and fine workmanship, the stool cloth is anti-cracking, and with good load capacity.
Easy to Assemble: The stool cloth is made of high-strength fabric, it is compact and folding. You can carry and assemble it easily.
Description: The stool cloth is made of high-strength fabric, which is stable and scratching-proof. With the shape of Triangular, our stool cloth has cross-stability. The workmanship and wiring of the stool cloth is fine, so it is not easy to be cracked. If you choose our stool cloth, you can use it for many occasions, such as fishing, barbecue, picnic, outdoor camping and painting.
Features:Â 1.Portable and Folding: The stool cloth is folding, easy to carry and more compact. 2.High Quality Material: Our stool cloth is made of high-strength fabric. It is durable and scratching-proof.
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