The Lux List: Six Accessories to Elevate Your Adventure
As a platform that focuses on celebrating the best of luxury travel, an article about camping isn’t necessarily an obvious fit. And while we love shining a light on the world’s most luxurious hotels, adventure trips – when done right – can be hard to beat.
With the ultimate in easeful, indulgent camping trip in mind, we’ve put together a round-up of the accessories you need to elevate your adventure in this week’s Lux List: LN-approved adventure accessories that will enhance any trip in the great outdoors.
Stylish seating from Sunday Supply Co
Byron-born beach accessory brand Sunday Supply Co has refused to accept the traditionally uninspiring aesthetic favoured by most camp chair manufacturers. Their delicately designed, easy-to-carry folding chairs are inspired by Australia’s laid-back beach town: think refined but playful patterns and a soft, organic colour palette. Set two of these up outside your tent and you’re set for a morning read and an evening staring at the stars.
A next-level cooler case from Dometic
Finding a beautiful esky for your picnic in the park is easy enough, but if you’re heading into the wilderness for over a day, you’ll need something more robust. Dometic’s insulated ice boxes keep ice frozen for days, meaning you don’t have to skip the holiday martini while you’re out in the wild.
A pack-and-stash fireplace from Zorali
No camping trip is complete without a round of roasted marshmallows, and Zorali’s pack and stash fireplace makes starting your campfire simple, safe, and environmentally responsible (starting fires on open earth can impact the ecosystem and leave lasting damage).
Activewear for the ocean from CEACEA
Not quite accessories, but adventure essentials nonetheless. This Perth-born brand’s range of sustainably made swimwear is designed to be worn in and out of the ocean and uses a high-performance fabric made from recycled ocean plastic. On a more superficial note, the two-piece sets and separates happen to be beautiful – flattering cuts for a range of body types, in designs that range from neutral tones to confident florals.
An artist-designed paddle board from Red Paddle Co
The latest model from the world’s number one inflatable paddleboard brand Red Paddle Co features a design from artist and illustrator Circe Oropeza, as part of Red Paddle Co’s campaign with non-profit marine conservation charity Love The Oceans. Not only does the design pay a visual ode to ocean life, but 10% of the profits from each board are donated towards ocean conservation work carried out by Love The Oceans. The board will be available to order from December 1st via the Red Paddle Co website.
A camera to capture it all from GoPro
Since its inception, GoPro has been committed to helping adventurous humans share their fun with the world, and the latest model (the HERO11 Black) has taken that mission to the nth degree. The compact, durable model features GoPro’s signature HERO camera design for immersive footage, with a super intuitive touchscreen interface that connects seamlessly to the GoPro Quik app for instant editing.