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CamelBak man drinking on bike Hydration. A simple word that consumes everything we do at CamelBak. Our journey started with hands-free hydration packs so you could seek, sip and sustain. But like you, we evolve and grow. We're constantly creating (and obsessing over) new sustainable hydration solutions. From bike and hike, to run and sun, our thirst for adventure and innovation knows no boundaries.

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Bell bell motorsports helmets banner Since 1954, Bell has been the leader in high performance helmets incorporating state-of-the-art crash protection for motorcycling, bicycling and auto racing. We don’t just make helmets—we make things possible.

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Primos The legendary Primos Hunting brand is best known for making the most realistic and reliable calls on the market. The team also manufactures hunting blinds, scent control products and other hunting accessories. Primos Truth About Hunting is one of the top shows on Outdoor Channel and Primos Truth series DVDs are perennial best-sellers.

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Camp Chef camp chef logo and flames Innovative cooking systems, award winning grills, and more than 30 years of experience ensures the best gear for any adventure. From the backcountry to the back patio, Camp Chef is the way to cook outdoors.

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Remington person hunting in the woods From muskets to modern day, generations of hunters and shooters have trusted legendary Remington ammunition. Loaded in Lonoke, Arkansas by American workers, Remington’s wide array of pioneering sporting and hunting ammunition promises to get the job done every time the trigger is pulled.

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Camp Chef employees standing with NASCAR vehicle in motor garage.
Camp Chef leaders take on NASCAR. Why? VRROOM bragging rights!​​​​​​​ Not unlike a typical day on the job, 21 Camp Chef leaders spent the day on the campus of Bridgerland Technical College in Logan, Utah rolling up their sleeves and getting their hands dirty in the spirit of teamwork. Instead of focusing on making the company’s popular grills, smokers and outdoor cooking accessories, they turned to automotive equipment and parts. The group split up into four teams, each working together to assign roles, practice techniques and build out a strategy to change tires on a NASCAR racing vehicle. Teams found ways…
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