Like any backpack, you may use the Chameleon to bear all your equipment when trekking, backpacking, and otherwise journeying the backcountry. In contrast to them, the Chameleon Backpack can untuck into a perfect camping chair that you may use to relax your legs when things become a bit exhausting in the wild.
The Chameleon basically includes 4 parts that can be separately detached, specifically a couple of a chair frames, sling bags, and a chair canvas. When in hiking bag style, the sling bags adhere to the chair canvas, which may be covered around them to function as an external cover of sorts, while the chair frame crumples into a pouch straight on the canvas. This lets you to bear the whole set on your back similar to a normal bag, with no one ever sure to think you’ve got a fully-functional hiking chair hiding inside somewhere.
To make use of the Chameleon’s chair, just take out the folded chair frame, construct it using the integrated connectors, and put it down on the floor. After that, unzip the primary bag cover to expose the chair canvas along with the two sling bags fixed inside. At this point, you just put the chair canvas on the framework, fixing it by the edges. You can keep the bags joined the whole time, too, so your supplies do not need to ever contact the terrain. The chair, incidentally, can hold around 300 lbs of load, which means you don’t have to be cautious using it – that light weight aluminum framework it uses can, evidently, handle heavy weight.