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A composite rocking chair is the most maintenance-free option you can choose when adding seating to your front porch or backyard area. With a composite rocking chair, you don’t have to worry about leaving it in the elements the way you do with a wooden rocking chair. These chairs are easy to clean, easy to maintain, and will last a lifetime.
The Poly Classic Porch Rocker by A & L furniture is the first composite outdoor rocking chair on our list because it’s made from quality materials and comes in a variety of colors for you to choose from. It’s lightweight and weighs only 40 pounds, so it’s easy to move from one location to the next.
You can easily keep this poly furniture in your backyard, or you can move it to your front porch or other outdoor space, all without having to worry about it becoming splintered, cracked, or infested with bugs.
Outside overall dimensions: 28"W x 32"D x 45"H
Inside Seat: 21"W x 19"D x 17"H
Arms: (from seat) 3.5"W x 9.5"H
The Essential Town Rocking Chair by Highwood is an Elk Outdoors product made of 100% completely recycled raw and eco-friendly materials that will repel water and withstand the outside elements. It uses stainless steel hardware which will keep the composite pieces together without deteriorating.
The Essential Town Rocking Chair comes in brown, white, or black and has a maximum weight capacity of 500 pounds, one of the highest weight capacities on our list. This patio chair weighs only 38 pounds, making it easy to move from one location to the next.
32.25"W x 38.5"H x 30.25"D
The Poly Porch Rocker by LuxCraft is another composite outdoor rocking chair that made our list because of its design, durability, and maximum comfort. It’s made of 100% recycled plastic, so it won’t fade, splinter, crack, or rot while sitting out in the elements.
It’s easy to maintain and can be cleaned by spraying it with a pressure washer once a year to keep it clean and maintained. It includes rust-resistant stainless steel hardware that can withstand the elements as well.
It’s slightly heavier than some of the options on our list. The rocking chair weighs 48 pounds, but you can still move it from location to location relatively easily.
25.75"W × 34.75"D × 43 13/16"H
Seat: 21"W × 17 5/8"D
Armrest height: 25 3/8"
Back height: 29 7/8"
Seat height in the back: 13 3/4"
Seat height in the front: 16 7/16"
The Poly Comfort Rocker by Luxcraft is similar to the Poly Porch Rocker. The main difference between the Poly Comfort Rocker and the Poly Porch Rocker is that the Poly Comfort Rocker has a more ergonomic design that will keep you comfortable for longer. The back is high and curves to contour your back and keep you comfortable.
It comes in 14 different colors and color combinations for you to choose the exact style and color design that you want. The Poly Porch Rocker won’t splinter, fade, crack, warp, or rot.
Simply clean it with a pressure washer once a year to keep it well-maintained and in good condition. It weighs 44 pounds, so it can be easily moved from one location to another.
Overall: 26.5"W × 33"D × 41.5"H
Seat: 21"SW × 18"SD
The Lehigh Outdoor Rocking Chair is made by Highwood and comes with a 12-year residential manufacturer’s warranty. It is completely weatherproof because of its 100% recycled materials. The composite rocking chair won’t warp, splinter, crack, rot, or become infested with insects. The rocking chair has been load-tested to safely hold up to 500 pounds.
The composite rocking chair comes in nine different colors to choose from and will never need to be sanded or repainted. Just keep the patio chair clean by pressure washing it at least once a year. It weighs a lightweight 33 pounds, so it’s easy to move from your porch to another outdoor space any time you need.
Seat Height: 16.4"
Seat Width: 23.3"
Seat Depth: 23.3”
A composite outdoor rocking chair is the option you should choose if you plan to keep a rocking chair outdoors year-round. The plastic composition will keep the rocking chair from becoming weathered, splintered, cracked, or rotten from the elements.
In addition to these composite outdoor rocking chairs, we have more outdoor rocking chairs on our website that you can check out before you go if you are looking for more outdoor furniture options for the home. We hope you find the one that's right for you!
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