Handcrafted in the central highlands of Vietnam—an area with a history of producing quality furniture—the Pangean Series tables from Byer of Maine are stylish enough for your patio and durable enough for tailgates or car camping trips. They have a unique folding design that allows them to fold down flat for easier storage in a closet or trunk. Each is crafted from keruing wood that’s been treated with a water-resistant oil to preserve its natural finish and protect it from the elements. The lounger, glider, and campaign chair have features made from 100-percent polyester duck cloth. If you’re looking to accommodate more people, try the large Pangean, or opt for the Nomad or Campaign roll-top table.
Note: This drop’s base price is for the folding stool, lounger, or the folding table. At checkout, you can upgrade to the glider (+ $35), the Large Pangean table (+ $50), the campaign roll-top table (+ $75), or the Nomad table (+ $100).
Founded in 1880 by a Russian immigrant family in Bangor, Maine, Byer of Maine originally produced slippers and textile products. In 1925, the company relocated to Orono, and over the next few decades began making wood-frame folding cots and canvas products for soldiers in World War II and the Korean War. Today, inspired by travels and trade relationships, Byer of Maine offers a full line of hammocks, hanging chairs, cots, stools, and other camp furniture from around the world.
Large Pangean Table
Campaign Roll-Top Table
Domestic orders will be shipped by the vendor.
Estimated ship date is Jan 2, 2019 PT.
After the drop ends, payment will be collected and the group’s order will be submitted to the vendor up front, making all sales final. Check the discussion page for updates on your order.