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The future of camping (5)

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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 10010 Futrurelight 1 10/01/2019 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit: The North Face / BMW Designworks The future of camping could be a lightweight fabric trailer home that does away with pitching tents.It was created using a brand new breathable yet waterproof material called Futurelight from US outdoor appeal company The North Face.Futurelight uses something called a “nanospinning” process that allows designers to add air permeability into the membrane of a fabric for the first time.The process creates nano-sized holes, allowing for incredible porosity while still being totally waterproof.At the same time it lets air move through the material and provide more venting than ever before.The camper has a bench and room for two people in sleeping bags – one on the seat and the other underneath.There is also a table and light.The North Face joined forces with car maker BMW’s Californian Designworks off-shoot team to create the stylish and lightweight Futurelight camper.The Camper merges The North Face’s tent design with BMW’s motor and design prowess to create what is claimed to be one of the most advanced camper units ever seen. OPS: Rendering of the Futurelight camper Picture supplied by Ferrari

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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 10010 Futrurelight 1 10/01/2019 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit: The North Face / BMW Designworks The future of camping could be a lightweight fabric trailer home that does away with pitching tents.It was created using a brand new breathable yet waterproof material called Futurelight from US outdoor appeal company The North Face.Futurelight uses something called a “nanospinning” process that allows designers to add air permeability into the membrane of a fabric for the first time.The process creates nano-sized holes, allowing for incredible porosity while still being totally waterproof.At the same time it lets air move through the material and provide more venting than ever before.The camper has a bench and room for two people in sleeping bags – one on the seat and the other underneath.There is also a table and light.The North Face joined forces with car maker BMW’s Californian Designworks off-shoot team to create the stylish and lightweight Futurelight camper.The Camper merges The North Face’s tent design with BMW’s motor and design prowess to create what is claimed to be one of the most advanced camper units ever seen. OPS: Rendering of the Futurelight camper Picture supplied by Ferrari

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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 10010 Futrurelight 1 10/01/2019 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit: The North Face / BMW Designworks The future of camping could be a lightweight fabric trailer home that does away with pitching tents.It was created using a brand new breathable yet waterproof material called Futurelight from US outdoor appeal company The North Face.Futurelight uses something called a “nanospinning” process that allows designers to add air permeability into the membrane of a fabric for the first time.The process creates nano-sized holes, allowing for incredible porosity while still being totally waterproof.At the same time it lets air move through the material and provide more venting than ever before.The camper has a bench and room for two people in sleeping bags – one on the seat and the other underneath.There is also a table and light.The North Face joined forces with car maker BMW’s Californian Designworks off-shoot team to create the stylish and lightweight Futurelight camper.The Camper merges The North Face’s tent design with BMW’s motor and design prowess to create what is claimed to be one of the most advanced camper units ever seen. OPS: Rendering of the Futurelight camper Picture supplied by Ferrari

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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 10010 Futrurelight 1 10/01/2019 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit: The North Face / BMW Designworks The future of camping could be a lightweight fabric trailer home that does away with pitching tents.It was created using a brand new breathable yet waterproof material called Futurelight from US outdoor appeal company The North Face.Futurelight uses something called a “nanospinning” process that allows designers to add air permeability into the membrane of a fabric for the first time.The process creates nano-sized holes, allowing for incredible porosity while still being totally waterproof.At the same time it lets air move through the material and provide more venting than ever before.The camper has a bench and room for two people in sleeping bags – one on the seat and the other underneath.There is also a table and light.The North Face joined forces with car maker BMW’s Californian Designworks off-shoot team to create the stylish and lightweight Futurelight camper.The Camper merges The North Face’s tent design with BMW’s motor and design prowess to create what is claimed to be one of the most advanced camper units ever seen. OPS: Rendering of the Futurelight camper Picture supplied by Ferrari

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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 10010 Futrurelight 1 10/01/2019 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit: The North Face / BMW Designworks The future of camping could be a lightweight fabric trailer home that does away with pitching tents.It was created using a brand new breathable yet waterproof material called Futurelight from US outdoor appeal company The North Face.Futurelight uses something called a “nanospinning” process that allows designers to add air permeability into the membrane of a fabric for the first time.The process creates nano-sized holes, allowing for incredible porosity while still being totally waterproof.At the same time it lets air move through the material and provide more venting than ever before.The camper has a bench and room for two people in sleeping bags – one on the seat and the other underneath.There is also a table and light.The North Face joined forces with car maker BMW’s Californian Designworks off-shoot team to create the stylish and lightweight Futurelight camper.The Camper merges The North Face’s tent design with BMW’s motor and design prowess to create what is claimed to be one of the most advanced camper units ever seen. OPS: Rendering of the Futurelight camper Picture supplied by Ferrari