Questions & Answers
POLYWOOD® Long Island Adirondack Rocking Chair
T from Overland Park– Verified Buyer
Love the pacific blue color. Perfect outdoor chair by the pool. I had a friend put it together and he said it was easy to follow the directions.
Adirondack Rocking chair.
Joseph from United States– Verified Buyer
Purchased 2 chairs. Color and style are perfect. Very comfortable. Nice addition to our front patio. Wish the directions had been clearer.
Nice front porch chair
A Craig from Bradenton, FL– Verified Buyer
We purchased two of these chairs, to place on our island front porch. While a bit difficult to assemble, the tool and instruction provided worked well. We're glad to have made this purchase.
Arden Sharpe from ADAMS, NY– Verified Buyer
Went together the way it was supposed to. My wife picked out the color and she loves it. My wife sits in the rocker and reads books and I mow the lawn and fix things.
Nancy from Bluffton, SC– Verified Buyer
Arrived few days after ordering, easy to assemble and looks great on our front porch!
pacific blue stands out
swamplady from sheboygan, wi– Verified Buyer
Assembled easily, appears durable. The Pacific Blue color is a bright, vibrant color similar to a lego blue. Love it.
Love my new outdoor rocking chair!
CROWEK from Leesburg, VA– Verified Buyer
Weather proof, easy to assemble and looks great!
POLYWOOD manufactures casual outdoor furniture that you will be proud to own – for a lifetime.
POLYWOOD is a high performance wood lumber substitute manufactured from high density plastic. It consists of high density polyethylene resins, and select coloring and foaming agents. POLYWOOD is processed into a specification product that closely resemble painted and natural wood products that absorb no moisture, making them resistant to rotting, warping, cracking or splintering. In addition, POLYWOOD is compounded with permanent UV stabilized colors that eliminate the need for painting and staining, waterproofing, or stripping and resurfacing.
POLYWOOD products are impervious to many common corrosive substances including salt water as well as gasoline and hydrocarbon oils.