No. It is a mesh fabric, so I don't have a cover on mine. Sometimes I spray it off and it cleans up great!!! Love these chairs
I think with assistance he could use this chair, if his symptoms are not too advanced. Primarily would require assistance with getting the chair reclined and then back up, along with the usual, if any, he needs to get in and out deeper seated chairs. Hope this helps.
I've left it outside since I got a couple months ago and so far no rust.
I feel it is very breathable was using it yesterday outside in high 90 degree weather and found it very comfortable no sweating and sticking
I don’t have mine outside, but with how well they are built, I would definitely think so
Mine are outside in the elements in Missouri, they have a very fine rust line along some seams, no rust on the back or seat areas. I will probably spray them with a clear coat this summer to protect them a little better.
I bought these chairs to use outside with my rustic tiled table. The chairs are sturdy, comfortable and seem wider than ones I have seen or sat on. I am very happy with my purchase and plans on buying a couple more.
I wouldn’t. It’s a very nice chair.
I have left it out numerous times and so far no ill effect. Great chair for the big guy.
I have been happy with the fabric. Even though we don’t have as warm weather as you do in Florida we have many hot days and have no complaints about the fabric.
They are heavier than some of the ones sold in hardware stores, Walmart, etc. but the sturdiness is part of the quality. I wouldn't consider it very portable. It's more for patio/deck use. I've had mine for a year and a half and noticed some rust on the grommets but they are still intact and solid. I left it outside for the summer and stored it for the winter. I'm going to start covering it while it's out for the summer to keep direct rain water off of it just to make it last longer.