Highwood USA launches Elk Outdoors brand

Mountain Bluff collection among first introductions

Elks OutdoorMountain Bluff Adirondack chair
HOMETOWN, Pa. - Highwood USA launched its newest brand, Elk Outdoors.

Inspired by nature, the Mountain Bluff collection is the inaugural collection for Elk Outdoors. The company uses post-industrial waste plastic for their furniture, meaning more plastic is recycled and less ends up in land-fill.

The increased amount of recycled raw material means there will be slight shade differences within the same product. The Elk Outdoors color palette offers six options for a woodsy, natural look.


“We are excited to introduce Elk Outdoors, our latest brand for the outdoor living market," said Craig D. Smith, Highwood USA’s director of sales and marketing. "The Highwood brand has already established a loyal following of users who appreciate the more natural beauty of our synthetic wood and the 'no-fuss' ownership benefits. Elk Outdoors simply expands on those values and, with an even higher level of recycled material and traditional styling, it delivers a tremendous value."

All Elk Outdoors products come with a six-year residential and one-year commercial warranty.

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