The best seats, reviewed and curated by the Trailspace community. The latest review was added on August 17, 2017. Stores' prices and availability are updated daily.
Recent Seat Reviews
GCI Outdoor SitBacker
This canoe seat offered excellent back comfort during a five-day paddling wilderness adventure. Its light weight and thoughtful design made it easily portagable without having to take it in and out of the canoe. Recommended. This SitBacker canoe seat was a lifesaver on my five-night, six-day wilderness paddling adventure. I was with my grandsons and they were in the front and back of the canoe leaving me to occupy the center seat. It took me a couple days to realize that the portage shoulder cushions… Full review
Crazy Creek Canoe Chair III
Comfy. Works both on the canoe and on the ground (as a camp chair). Use on the Water, Easy As 1, 2, 3: 1. Click straps under the seat. 2. Adjust side strap lengths. 3. Paddle all day. Use in Camp. Decent ground-bound chair or kneeling pad. I'm trying to figure out a simple, cheap, lightweight way to raise it up 6-8" into more of a chair. (Maybe using old tent poles to hold it up, maybe sling it somehow....) Use inside a Tent. Like most foam pads products, can… Full review
Crazy Creek Canoe Pad III
My webbed canoe seat is not adjustable, and sometimes I like a bit more height, and sometimes I like a bit of padding on long trips. This canoe pad was low-priced, and was bought to replace a homemade pad I had been using. However, I found this pad to be rock hard, very uncomfortable,and I have actually replaced it with a better pad. I saw that this seat was advertised as having 1" thick "memory foam", and thought it might be comfortable but not too squishy. Well, the "memory foam" is only the… Full review
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