Helinox ‘Blue Bandana’ Collection is Functional Camping Style
Helinox is known for its ultra-lightweight and packable camping items. You can always rely on them to come up with the things we need and some that we didn’t even know we needed but want anyway. It goes without saying really, but the Korean brand also nails the visual design of their products, so you can guarantee whatever you buy is not only super functional but great looking too.
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Helinox has been around since 2009 and is fondly known as a design-first company, focused exclusively on bringing comfort outdoors so you can be “At Home, Anywhere.” The team at Helinox believe outdoor equipment should be portable and durable without having to compromise on style and comfort. With travel at the forefront of many people’s lives, and the nomad lifestyle becoming more and more of a popular choice, you can see why the brand has become so popular over the last two years. Whether you’re camping, chilling at the beach or hanging in the bush somewhere, you can bring Helinox with you thanks to its incredible lightweight.
Their styles and designs are unique, trendy and always changing, which is why we can’t get enough of what they have to offer, and their latest blue bandana collection is no exception. The pattern is an ode to classic design and works well with pretty much every item on offer. Grab yourself a chair, duffel bag, table, or even a cot, and admire the vibrant blue bandana pattern that will undoubtedly pimp out and add some colour to your set-up.
“We’ve created a work that mirrors our own Helinox furniture – inspired from nature and designed anytime, anywhere,” said artist and designer at Helinox, Tae-Hun Kim.
Weighing in at just 960 grams the Chair One is a personal favourite of ours, although, we can’t get enough of this cool, timeless design and recommend you get your hands on some of their portable furniture if you want to be stylish and functional at the same time via the link below. Next on our list has to be the hardtop table for a spot of bush cooking next time we’re exploring NSW’s Best Central Coast lookouts.
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