9 Outdoor Brands With Repair, Resell & Upcycled Gear Programs

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9 Outdoor Brands With Repair, Resell & Upcycled Gear Programs

These major gear makers are using closed-loop cycles to keep equipment and apparel in use and out of landfills

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