The Dibs Chair


As in many places where the winters are cold, the snow gets deep, and parking is at a premium, Chicago has a tradition collectively known as the "Dibs Chair." Often the dibs chair is a broken or disused chair placed in a shoveled out parking spot to reserve its use by said shoveler. A blight to some, a right to others, for Chicagoans the Dibs chair is as much a symbol of the winter as is the wind. Contributing to this tradition, and perhaps the conversation, Chilab offers its own cheeky  take on the Dibs Chair, or as we have come to call it... Le Dibs Chaise.