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Drigo

Drigo

Regular price $175
Regular price $180 Sale price $175
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All new orders will ship in May 2024

  • Radical Comfort
  • Premium Hardwood Design
  • 500+ lb capacity
From deep in the hazy heart of the Lone Star comes a chair design with a singular vision. Incorporating his trademark raindrops, plants, and eye-popping colors, Drigo evokes a meditative late-night vibe. Take yours for a sit out on the patio or rooftop, and let your mind expand as the sun sinks.

Why It's Trippy

  • Subtly curved for a relaxing sit
  • Supports up to 500 lbs
  • Sets up or stows in 3 seconds
  • Handcrafted and shipped directly from Texas
  • Free returns within 30 days

Dimensions & Specs

Capacity Up to 500 lbs
Height

45" (High Back)
34" (Mid Back)
23" (Short Back)

Weight

10 lbs (High Back)
8 lbs (Mid Back)
5.5 lbs (Short Back)

Width 11"
Depth when stored 4"
Seat Depth 11"

Care & Cleaning

Each Trippy Chair is crafted with premium maple and sapele wood, water-resistant coatings, and UV-resistant inks (for printed chairs). They’re perfect for a classy, relaxing sit, whether indoors or outdoors.


But like any high-quality wooden good, you’ll get the most life out of your Trippy Chair by storing it indoors, keeping it clean and dry when not in use, and treating it with care.


To clean your chair, wipe with a soft microfiber cloth and warm water, then dry with a cloth. No need for abrasive sponges or chemicals (like alcohol, ammonia, bleach, or detergent.)


Avoid prolonged exposure to sun, rain, chemicals, or sharks.

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Behind the Design

I was looking for something aesthetic; something that brings the feeling of being in Texas, rather than something really on-the-nose. Gradients, for me, have always represented shifting to a higher state of consciousness, and this gradient was designed to be reminiscent of a Texas sunset. We always have these crazy-looking sunsets here that I appreciate where the sky gets wild! And I grow a lot of plants, so I always love trying to include them in my designs as something a little more personal that reminds me of home. The rain stands for the importance of watering each other and helping to promote growth. It’s this theme of a circle of life.

-Drigo

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