Adirondack chairAd·i·ron·dack chair
an outdoor chair made of wide, wooden slats and having a slanted back, a low, slanted seat, and wide, flat armrests
Origin of Adirondack chairafter Adirondack Mountains, where it was developed (early 1900s)
An outdoor armchair having an angled back and seat made of wide, usually wooden slats.
(plural Adirondack chairs)
After the Adirondacks, a mountain chain in New York State.