Adirondack Rocker

Dimensioned elevation and plan drawings of the Adirondack Rocker with heights, width and depth measurements

The Adirondack Rocker is a durable, all weather, outdoor rocker made from post-consumer recycled plastic and outfitted with a bottle opener under each arm. The Adirondack Rocker was designed by Loll, a company that was started as a way to repurpose excess skateboard ramp material, which aims to create furniture for the modern lollygagger.

The Adirondack Rocker has an overall height of 36.25” (92 cm), width of 28” (71 cm), and depth of 33.25” (84 cm). The seat height of the Adirondack Rocker is set at 14.5” (37 cm) with arms at a height of 21.5” (55 cm).

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Height: 
36.25” | 92 cm
Width:
28” | 71 cm
Depth:
33.25” | 84 cm
Length:
Seat Height:
14.5” | 37 cm
Arm Height:
21.5” | 55 cm
Weight:
Materials:
High-density polyethylene; stainless steel fasteners
Designer:
Loll Designs
Year:
2008

Properties

Drawings include:
Adirondack Rocker side elevation, front, back, plan

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Rocking chairs, or rockers, are chairs mounted on curved bands attached to the bottom of the legs. Earning the rocking name by allowing the user to move forwards and backwards along the bands, rocking chairs naturally adjust to a person’s center of gravity and the body’s preferred ergonomic posture.