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ALPS Outdoorz MC Turkey Chair

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Product Description

ALPS Outdoorz MC Turkey Chair is the most comfortable turkey chair on the market! It is a wider version of the ALPS Outdoorz Standard Turkey Chair, giving you 4 more inches for extra comfort. Just like the Standard Turkey Chair, the MC model also sits low to the ground to keep you hidden and relaxed while you’re waiting for the next turkey to sneak through the field. The sturdy powder coated steel frame is durable and supportive so the chair can make the trip with you time and time again. Also included on this model is a Call Organizer pocket on the front of the chair to keep your most important gear close and easily accessible. The ALPS Outdoorz MC Turkey Chair folds flat for easy transporting when you need to move to a new spot quickly. And it’s not just a turkey chair. It also works great as a predator hunting chair.


  • NWTF Approved
  • Powder Coated Steel Frame
  • Folds Flat for Transportation and Storage
  • Call Organizer Pocket
  • Includes Padded Shoulder Carry Strap

  • Seat Dimensions: 23 inches wide x 12 inches deep x 21 inches high
  • 4 inches Wider than the Standard Turkey Chair!
  • Fabric Choice: Realtree AP HD
  • Mossy Oak Break-Up Infinity
  • Weight: 6 lbs
  • Capacity: 300 lbs.
  • Seat Height: 8 inches Front / 7 inches Back
  • Back Height: 21 inches
  • Total Width Back/Arms: 23 inches Back

  • Seat Width: 20 inches
  • Seat Depth: 12 inches

  • Seat Width: 20 inches
  • Seat Depth: 19 inches

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"I am extremely pleased with Mack's. I learned about it from my hunting buddies and will be using it for years to come." Feb 2015