London-based streetwear label Maharishi and German outdoor gear company Heimplanet introduce the Golden Tigerstripe Camouflage, a limited-edition inflatable tent.

Maharishi reproduced a rare Tigerstripe camouflage variant dubbed “Golden Tigerskins,” that originated in Vietnam during the 1960s. Maharishi calls the pattern Golden Tigerstripe Camouflage, which is used on the inner tent rather than the exterior to make the tent invisible, a celebration of camouflage’s roots in nature.

The tent is Heimplant’s The Cave model in olive green tone, constructed with a geodesic dome structure designed to withstand harsh conditions by explorers worldwide. The Cave’s inflatable design can be set up in less than one minute.

“We are thrilled to be working with Heimplanet on this exciting project,” said Maharishi founder Hardy Blechman. “The collaboration tent is a perfect blend of style and function and a representation of our shared values of innovation, quality and sustainability. We are confident that it will be a hit with outdoor enthusiasts and fashion-conscious campers alike.”

Heimplanet CEO, Stefan Clauss, added, “We are honored to be partnering with Maharishi on this project. Their work in the field of camouflage patterns is truly innovative and has inspired us in the past while inventing our own camouflage pattern, “Cairo Camo.” We are excited to bring Maharishi’s aesthetic to our camping gear. Their expertise in camouflage patterns, combined with our innovative tent design, makes for a truly unique and functional product.”

The Heimplanet x Maharishi limited edition The Cave is available on the Maharishi and Heimplanet websites.

Photo courtesy Maharishi and Heimplanet