Outdoor gear company, Cotopaxi, provides positive social impact every day!

Looking for unique and impactful gift ideas to give back this Holiday season? T’is the season to be giving and sharing.

One new company knows all too well the importance of ‘giving back’.  That’s Cotopaxi. (With the cute lama logo!) The Delaware Public Benefit Corporation is committed in creating positive social impact via the outdoor gear product lines it offers. It focuses its efforts on global poverty alleviation and giving targeted grants to advance health, education, and livelihoods initiatives around the world. Giving is at the core to its model.

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Do you have a hard to buy, outdoorsy fan on your Christmas list? Well, look no further than their Holiday Gift Guide. From backpacks to jackets (for him and her) to reusable water bottles, you are sure to find that perfect gift.  There’s a wide range to choose from, we bet you can’t just pick one!

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For the hiker or camper on your list, there’s so many backpack styles to choose from. In particular, the durable, packable, versatile Luzon – Del Dia pack is really cool as it is made proudly in the Philippines by employees who have total creative control over the pack’s color choice. Giving them complete creative freedom to pick whatever color schemes they want. No two bags are alike! A surprise awaits the customer each and every time.

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Until December 20th, Cotopaxi has a great holiday promotion on. When you spend $100 or more, you’ll get a complimentary Holiday combo: the Mariveles bag with a sleek looking agua water bottle. Just like that! It’s their way of giving back to their customers at this special time of the year!

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And there’s free shipping on all U.S. orders, and, free returns if you change your mind.  So, head on over to their website and finish up your Christmas shopping knowing you are giving back in building sustainable communities.

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~ All opinions expressed here are my own.