6 of Our Most Popular Polywood Adirondack Chairs

Last updated on January 10th, 2020 at 04:26 pm

Polywood Adirondack Chairs

If you’re not familiar with Polywood outdoor furniture, it’s worth reading up on. Polywood is made out of HDPE recycled plastic lumber (RPL). The company is based in Indiana and manufactures all their outdoor furniture right here in the USA. Besides being 100% american made and super eco-friendly, Polywood is also super durable, easy to care for, and looks great!

They make all sorts of cool stuff including outdoor dining sets, deep seating patio furniture, Tete-a-Tetes and more.

Here’s a look at some of our most popular Polywood Adirondack Chairs:

Classic Adirondack Folding Chair

Polywood Classic Folding Adirondack Chair

Our #1 best seller – the Classic Adirondack is your traditional folding Adirondack, with straight arms and classic details. Available in traditional white, black, green, slate grey, sand, mahogany and teak as well as vibrant blue, tangerine, red, aruba, lime and lemon yellow.

Oversized Adirondack Curved Back Chair

Polywood Oversized Classic Adirondack Chair

The Curveback Adirondack is an oversized version of the Classic Adirondack. It’s constructed with a wider material, a wider seat, and reduced slat spacing on the seat and back. It’s 5lbs heavier than the Classic Adirondack. Available in traditional white, black, green, slate grey, sand, mahogany and teak. No vibrant colors. Folding.

South Beach Adirondack Chair

Polywood South Beach Adirondack Chair

The South Beach Adirondack sits higher than Polywood’s other versions (16” seat height) – which could be a perfect fit for those who are taller. It also features a wider frame allowing more room for you to pull your feet up and cozy up under a blanket. Bonus! The arms are oversized so there’s more room to rest your drink. Available in traditional white, black, green, slate grey, sand, mahogany and teak as well as vibrant blue, tangerine, red, aruba, lime and lemon yellow. Not folding.

Seashell Adirondack Chair

Polywood Seashell Adirondack Chair

The Seashell Adirondack features an elegant waterfall seat (see how the seat slats continue down the front of the chair?). This is one of Polywood’s larger adirondacks with a sturdy 1-1/2″ thick front leg. It weighs the same as the Classic Adriondack (37#). Available in traditional white, black, green, slate grey, sand, mahogany and teak. No vibrant colors. Not folding.

Long Island Adirondack Chair

Polywood Long Island Adirondack Chair

The Long Island Adirondack is similar to Polywood’s South Beach Adirondack in size, seat dimensions and roomy contoured arms, but it features a unique ‘flower’ curved and closed back. It weighs 2 pounds more than the Classic and South Beach Adirondacks.  Available in traditional white, black, green, slate grey, sand, mahogany and teak as well as vibrant blue, tangerine, red, aruba, lime and lemon yellow. Not folding.

Quattro Adirondack Rocking Chair

Polywood Modern Quattro Adirondack Chair

The Modern Quattro Adirondack gives a modern twist to the traditional Adirondack. It features wide contemporary arms and subtly curved back slats for comfort. Available in traditional white, black, green, slate grey, sand, mahogany and teak as well as vibrant blue, tangerine, red, aruba, lime and lemon yellow. Folds.

What’s the Difference?

If you’re wondering what the difference is between Polywood’s different types of Adirondack chairs, here’s a helpful infographic that explains a little more.

Polywood Adirondack Chairs: Classic vs South Beach vs Long Island vs Quattro

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Riley Farabaugh

The youngest son of co-founders Peggy and Ken Farabaugh, Riley has filled different roles within the organization since it was founded out of a spare bedroom in the family home in 2005. As the son of the first Vermont Woods Studios craftsmen, Riley has been quickly learning more and more about woodworking, sustainable forestry, and the ins-and-outs of the furniture industry.