SHOT Show 18 – Yeti Hondo

Displayed at both SHOT Show and Outdoor Retailer Winter Market, the Hondo is a base camp folding chair.


This thing is beefy at 16.5 lbs, but will handle a 3,000 lbs load. If the mesh back and seat, combined with over molded arms remind you of the Aeron chair, that’s because it was designed by Brian Langerak who came to Yeti from Herman Miller.



9 Responses to “SHOT Show 18 – Yeti Hondo”

  1. Dan says:

    Looking forward to the release of these chairs.

    Can’t count the number of cheap camping chairs that broke and went into the fire

  2. Joe says:

    I recommend the alps mountaineering king kong camp chair for truly beastly durability. I’m 6ft 240lbs bodybuilder and it’s lasted 3 years of daily use. Cheap too for under $70.

    Alps mountaineering is a very underappreciated brand

  3. SlickRick says:

    MSRP $300, lol. Although this is from the same people who put out a $40 bucket.

  4. Patrick says:

    Isn’t 3,000lbs just a bit overkill?

    • joe says:

      Depends on when you got your DD214.

      Thank you, I’ll be here all week.

    • jeo says:

      I mean, is it a P-series Ruger, or what?

      I’ll take 1000 lb capacity in a 5.5 pound chair for $100, please.

  5. LGonSoldierSystems says:

    Soon as I say the pellicle fsbric, I knew I was looking at HM work. Love my Aeron.

  6. Meusoc says:

    I dig these! I would have these in my house!