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HydraPak Unites with Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership to Support Access and Habitat on Public Lands

Limited Edition, Co-Branded Bottles Commemorate the Collaboration and Benefit Conservation Efforts

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OAKLAND, CA – January 10, 2018 

Hydrapak Public Lands

HydraPak® – creator of innovative hydration solutions for performance-driven people – and the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership (TRCP) – a national advocacy organization with a mission to guarantee all Americans quality places to hunt and fish – have partnered to support public land conservation and sportsmen’s access through awareness and charitable fundraising at SHOT Show 2018.

HydraPak produced 500 limited-edition, co-branded STOW 500ML bottles designed by IGAWA Design exclusively for SHOT Show. Each bottle will be given away to attendees, for a requested $5 donation with 100% of the proceeds going directly to TRCP’s public land conservation and sportsmen’s access efforts.

“We know public land conservation is a hot button issue this year – but it’s a cause we’ve supported for years – so we wanted to make sure we remained involved in a tangible way,” says Matt Lyon, CEO of HydraPak. “TRCP’s mission revolves around conversation efforts that work for sportsmen, wildlife, and other businesses that rely on public lands, so we’re pleased to support their advocacy work through fundraising with our sportsmen-specific STOW bottle.”

Available in 500ML and 1L sizes, the new STOW is a soft-walled bottle that flattens and rolls up when empty, making it 80% lighter and easier to carry than a hard bottle. Its minimal design and flexible construction allows users to pack it where most hard bottles won’t fit. Ideal for outdoorsmen, the spill-proof nozzle makes for convenient drinking no matter the activity.

“We’re grateful for the very generous support of HydraPak and proud to be featured on a product that helps fuel adventures on public lands,” says Whit Fosburgh, president and CEO of the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership. “America’s public lands legacy is unique in all the world and, despite the many challenges we face, sportsmen and women don’t take our access and abundant natural resources for granted. We’re confident that hunters and anglers will continue to lead the fight to safeguard and improve public lands, and strong partnerships make all the difference.”

Renowned for its expertise in manufacturing with TPU, Hydrapak produces a broad range of purpose-built flexible bottles, soft flasks and reservoirs. Through its own branded products and partnerships with dozens of OEMs, HydraPak’s focus categories include the outdoor, hunt, fish, and tactical markets.

The special edition SHOT STOW bottles will be available at the HydraPak booth (#10665), shared by Mercury Tactical Gear, while supplies last.

About HydraPak

Pushing boundaries to redefine the future of hydration, HydraPak creates innovative solutions that stand up to the harshest environments. Easy-to-use and highly functional, every HydraPak product showcases the technical manufacturing expertise that has distinguished the company for nearly two decades. By offering a better way to hydrate, and continually seeking to refine its offerings, HydraPak has pioneered new product categories and become a trusted partner for dozens of major OEMs. These renowned global brands integrate HydraPak’s proprietary designs and technologies into their hydration products for recreational, athletic and military use.

About Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership

Inspired by the legacy of Theodore Roosevelt, the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership (TRCP) seeks to unite and amplify the voices of all sportsmen and women around conservation and sportsmen’s access. Established in 2002, the TRCP works with its more than 50 partner organizations and on behalf of America’s 50 million sportsmen to preserve our traditions of hunting and fishing by forming coalitions, educating sportsmen and policy makers on conservation priorities, spur action, and drive policy outcomes that benefit fish and wildlife habitat and sportsmen’s access. TRCP’s mission is to guarantee all Americans quality places to hunt and fish. Learn more by visiting


Kate Gaeir