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Ad·i·ron·dack - [ad-uh-ron-dak]

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Don't feel bad, we have redefined the meaning!

Ad·i·ron·dack - [ad-uh-ron-dak] –noun, plural -dacks, ( especially collectively ) -dack.
1. - a member of an Algonquian people living mainly north of the St. Lawrence River.
2. - Adirondacks. Adirondack Mountains.

What does the word Adirondack mean to you? Savings!

We at adirondack chairs take great pride in providing the best quality, the best price and by far the best customer service.

Feel free to browse our high quality adirondack chairs and find your perfect companion to provide hours of comfort and relaxation. Many adirondack styles and colors to chose from.

Having trouble deciding which one to chose? Phone our toll free 877 number to speak with an adirondack specialist to help guide you on the perfect match.

Satisfied Customers.

I am quite impressed with your level of customer service we received during our purchase. I am very satisfied with our adirondack chairs and will be recommending you to our friends and family!

Thomas McMicheals

Super friendly staff and excellent customer service. I highly recommend to anyone that wants a great product at a great price. We purchased recycled plastic type adirondacks and are very happy.

John Davis

I shop a lot online and I have to say I am quite impressed with adirondack Their customer service answered every question I could think to throw at them. I know they are in the USA and a majority of the products are made in the USA, so I was pleased about that as well.


Superb! Very impressed with Adirondack They made the whole experience a pleasure. I would definitely recommend them to anyone wanting an adirondack chair. Love our Chairs!

Phil Paxton

Thomas Lee was the first person to design an adirondack chair, way back in 1903, in the Adirondack Mountains. While vacationing in Westport, New York, right here in the United States of America - Lee's original adirondack chair used planks to create an outdoor chair for his summer home.

The adirondack chairs of today often feature rounded backs, contoured seat and are made from traditional lumber, as well as, all weather material which is virtually maintenance free. The one feature that has held all these years is the comfortable, relaxing fit of this icon chair. Adirondack chairs now fold, have adjustable back, varying seat heights and are available in over 20 colors.

The adirondack style has become an American icon in the architectural world. So much so that the style has now transcended to rocking chairs, gliders, dining chairs and benches.