Singing the blues: Link Outdoor’s collection of textures in tones of blue

There are 10 new patterns, including: Tick Tack (Ocean), Highland (Sugar), Tundra (Capri), Nomad (Capri), Morning Glory (Capri) and Serengeti (Blue Steel).

Link Outdoor launched a collection of patterns that go from pale tone-on-tone whites to ocean blues, and soft-hued pastels.

There are 10 new patterns, including: Tick Tack (Ocean), Highland (Sugar), Tundra (Capri), Nomad (Capri), Morning Glory (Capri), Serengeti (Blue Steel), Wanderlust (Sky) and Aspen (Blue Steel).

All are unstructured and tightly woven, and each pattern is available in several colorways. All of the fabrics are 100-percent solution dyed acrylic for durability and low maintenance.

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