What better way to enjoy the long, warm days than laying out with a good book in the perfect lounge chair? Or do you love hanging poolside, sipping on a perfectly blended 'rita? Are you all about sticking your toes in the sand? Or perhaps the backyard is your jam. No worries, 'cause we've got you covered with the best chairs for every type of summer lounger. Scroll on to find the most chill-worthy option in this month's edition of The Buy!
Best for Patios: If you're into backyard BBQs and horseshoes, then this Loll Designs Lollygagger Lounge Chair ($543) is for you.
Why We Love It: Lots of color choices, built-in bottle opener, made from recycled plastic, easy to clean
The Downside: Doesn't recline, spendy, not packable
Best for the Beach: With all the sandy beach days ahead, it's very important to find a chair that lets you adequately soak up ALL the rays. The Zipcode Design Gifford Folding Chaise Lounge ($68) is sure to be your choice if you like getting the whole-body UV effect.
Why We Love It: Super packable, durable, features face and arm holes for back tanning
The Downside: Can be difficult to keep the back up when not tanning
Best for Couples: Lounge with your lover (or BFF) on the Latitude Run Rhett Friendship Harbor Daybed with Cushion ($304).
Why We Love It: Sleek design, fits two people, optional shade component
The Downside: Not weatherproof or packable
Best Poolside: Live your best summertime life with a good book, laying poolside and feeling oh-so-carefree on the West Elm Mid-Century Outdoor Chaise ($599).
Why We Love It: Sustainably sourced materials, cute retro style, very comfortable
The Downside: Doesn't fold completely up
Best for Camping: Take on the great outdoors in laid-back style. No campsite or fire is complete without the Threshold Zero Gravity Lounger ($59) to kick back and just take it all in.
Why We Love It: Folds up for compact storage, completely reclines, soft head cushion
The Downside: Not a good permanent option
Best for Hanging: Redefine what it means to just hang around in the Feiren Outdoor Macrame Chair ($86).
Why We Love It: Trendy boho design, portable and easy to hang
The Downside: Hanging rope is not very long
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