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lafuma Manufacturer information
The poplar leaf in the Lafuma logo stands for closeness to nature and self-determination. After the three brothers Victor, Alfred and Gabriel founded Lafuma in Anneyron south of Lyon in 1930, they quickly made a name for themselves with the revolutionary development of a metal frame backpack. And the inventive spirit continued to bear fruit.
While the founders were true backpack experts before the Great War, in 1954 they revolutionized the outdoor world and invented camping furniture. Today, the company is the reference brand for camping and garden furniture. Lafuma furniture is still manufactured in the French Drome, is a byword for feeling good, functionality and comfort with a simple design and creates new trends. Probably best known are the folding chairs from the Lafuma RSXA and RSX series, which feature the typical lacing of the fabric reclining surface. The rubber lacing of the recliners causes a suspension and contributes to ergonomic sitting or lying. Lafuma relax chairs and folding loungers are made for connoisseurs. Because the leg height of the loungers is one of the deciding factors for real relaxation. By the way: Originally the raw materials of the cover fabrics were developed together with the well-known car manufacturer Ferrari. Today, the cover of almost all garden loungers can be easily replaced.
Today, the outdoor manufacturer is known for its stable and comfortable camping and folding furniture. The patented system ensures that the loungers and chairs can be packed up small and are still comfortable. The know-how of technical developments and the mix of functionality and design are the hallmarks of this globally successful label, which focuses on sustainable production methods. The Lafuma Group includes the five strong brands Lafuma, Millet, Oxbow, Eider and Killy.