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Why We Love CamelBak

CamelBak collaborates with individuals, groups, and programs who share their values in preserving and improving the outdoors. The brand supports several non-profit organizations such as Little Bella’s, a non-profit that creates opportunities for girls to experience personal success through mountain biking, and Protect Our Winters, a nonprofit partner dedicated to helping people who are passionate about the outdoors become effective climate advocates.

Commitment To Sustainability

CamelBak is committed to reducing single-use plastic water bottles by offering reusable, easy-to-use, clean, and taste-free water bottles. The brand focuses on sustainable, long-lasting products and aims to minimize environmental impact in product design and manufacturing. By 2025, CamelBak plans to further reduce its climate impact and maintain the use of safe materials in all its products, contributing to tackling global plastic pollution one bottle at a time.

Why Choose CamelBak®

From employee and client giveaways and holidays, to sporting events or family camping trips, CamelBak makes the perfect gift idea for every occasion. Whether you are shopping for outdoor enthusiasts or looking for everyday water bottles or bags for the daily commute or weekend workout sessions, CamelBak has something everyone will appreciate, including our planet!

Custom Designs

With multiple customization options from screen printing, to laser engraving, to Digital Inkjet Printing, you have the ability to customize CamelBak's drinkware to make it truely unique to your brand.


Bicycle enthusiast Michael Eidson was competing in the "Hotter'N Hell 100," and that's exactly what it is to this day: a 100-mile road race, over four days in the grueling summer heat of Wichita Falls, Texas. Water is vital to surviving the race, but there are few places to refill, let alone time to stop. An emergency medical technician by trade, Eidson came up with a solution on the fly: he filled an IV bag with water, slipped it into a white tube sock (yes, an actual tube sock), and stuffed the whole contraption into the back of his bike jersey. He then threw the hose over his shoulder and clamped it shut with a clothespin. Hands-free hydration was born. And CamelBak was created to pursue it.