Snow Peak Debuts Outdoor Dining and Lighting Essentials for Fall/Winter 2015

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Portland, OR – January 13, 2015 – Snow Peak, the innovative outdoor lifestyle company, debuts a collection of outdoor dining accessories and updated lighting technology at Outdoor Retailer Winter Market in Salt Lake City this month. Pairing the simplicity of Japanese design with premium materials and technology, Snow Peak takes outdoor dining to a new level. The Fall/Winter 2015 line completes any outdoor epicurean adventure.

The new Folding Spoon and Fork (MSRP $19.95 each) use a switchblade design to extend and reach the bottom of a freeze-dried food bag, and then collapse to fit back into your pocket. Made from titanium and stainless steel, the Spoon and Fork are 8.2 inches in length and weigh only .56oz.Designed to toss in a backpack or cooler, Snow Peak’s new Silicone Cups look like glass, but are light, flexible and durable – perfect for a picnic or campout. Available in Wine (MSRP $26.95), Rocks ($24.95) and Pint ($26.95) sizes.

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Embracing Japanese style, the Titanium Sake Carafe (MSRP $179.95) is designed to heat or cool your sake in a cold river or a pot of boiling water. Weighing only 4.8oz, it’s light enough to take anywhere. Pair with the new double-walled Sake Cups (MSRP $29.95) and enjoy!

The popular Hozuki Lantern (MSRP $99.95) gets a makeover this season, combining functionality and beauty like never before. The Hozuki Lantern features a new Candle Mode that allows the LED to respond to sound or wind, flickering and slowly dimming as the night winds down. The lantern now includes a rechargeable battery.

About Snow Peak

Snow Peak’s journey began in 1958, when its founder Yukio Yamai, an accomplished Japanese mountaineer, created his own line of superior gear out of the dissatisfaction with available products.

Yamai ‘s natural inspiration came from his life in Niigata Prefecture, Japan. A range of mountains that rise up to an altitude of 1000m form a wall on the boundary between Niigata and Fukushima prefectures, and the rivers and streams born from the peaks and valleys flow out to the East Japan Sea. It is this place that inspired Yukio, and to this day continues to inspire all of the products that come from Snow Peak.

Today we strive to create products that inspire people to enjoy the outdoors, we seek harmony between people and nature, and we look to manufacturer with such high quality standards that you may pass on your equipment to the next generation. This is where all of our designs are born. www.snowpeak.com

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