Make it Camping, but Chic

This Company Is Making the Most Absurd Camping Essentials You Didn’t Know You Needed


February 27, 2018 Briefings By

Miscellaneous Adventures, a small brand out of the U.K., is handmaking camping gear that you definitely don’t need, but will definitely want after reading this. While you’ve likely never heard of Miscellaneous Adventures, its ~$33 copper camp spoon should put them on your radar (Snow Peak competitor anyone?). In addition to the copper camping spoon, the brand also launched a forester folding camp stool — priced at around $132. The frame of the seat comes directly from a forest that the Miscellaneous team manages and is constructed from European ash trees. Your Portlandia friends would be proud.

All jokes aside, Miscellaneous Adventures’s wares are well-designed and could easily fit into your camping routine seamlessly. The brand also makes pouches, wood coffee cups, hiking hatchets and slingshots. Sometimes the finer things in life can cost a pretty penny.

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