The Backcountry All-In-One River Set includes those easily overlooked luxuries that make any river trip or desert excursion more enjoyable. Created in collaboration with The Nature Conservancy, this set was put together to helpsupport The Nature Conservancy's Colorado River Project, which consists of 15conservation projects that work to improve habitat and restore water flowsalong the Colorado River's many tributaries. With each purchase of this set,Backcountry will donate* $30 to The Nature Conservancy. The set includes adouble-insulated Mizu water bottle to keep your favorite beverage chilledwhether you're exploring flash flood-carved canyons in Escalante NationalMonument and a compact Outdoor Research dry sack to keep essential gear drywhen you're paddling down the Colorado River. And you'll be glad you packed theMizu stainless steel mug when it comes time to enjoy a hot cup of coffee as youwatch the sunrise over the Colorado Plateau to the sound of canyon wrens andthe constant rush of the river. *Backcountry will contribute $30 from the sale of this set from October 22, 2017 to January 31, 2018 to The Nature Conservancy.
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