Travel Gear: Picnic Perfect

Portable essentials for lunches in the sun.

By Sarah Storms | Photography by Yunhee Kim

1) MyDrap’s cotton napkins are as good-looking as they are handy and may just be the most stylish thing you can tear off a roll. $20

2) Spread ModernCabin’s waterproof blanket on the lawn of your choice, then throw it in the wash to prepare for your next adventure. $125

3) Roadie® by Yeti® is the next big thing in cooler tech, thanks to its insulation-boosting rotomolded body, tight-sealing gasket and condensation-proof exterior. $250

4) Madhouse’s twiglike reusable flatware set is an unexpected way to fit into your natural surroundings. $10

5) This vacuum-insulated bottle from S’Well® can hold a day’s worth of cold water (or an entire bottle of wine). $45

6) Best Made Co.’s dishware is reinforced with a double dipping of enamel at the rim for maximum durability—and a timeless look. $108 for a set of two plates, bowls and cups

7) With room for two wine bottles, this willow picnic basket from Corsica also comes with a knife and cutting board to make on-the-go cheese pairings a cinch. $78

8) The wine connoisseur’s best friend, Laguiole en Aubrac’s splurge-worthy folding knife has a Swedish-steel corkscrew and handcrafted bone handle. $275

9) Made of durable food-safe plastic, these wine glasses from Govino® give you all the modern elegance of going stemless without any of the worry of breakage. $18 for a set of four

10) Transport your food bento-style with the stainless-steel three-in-one nesting system from ECOlunchbox®. $30

  • NOTE: Information may have changed since publication. Please confirm key details before planning your trip.
  • Published: Summer 2017