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We are proud to partner with Wounded Warrior Project® and will be donating a minimum of $100,000 per calendar year to support their mission. wounded warrior project wwp bc basecamp giveback Basecamp & Wounded Warrior Project

Basecamp® & Wounded Warrior Project®


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Basecamp® Brief History

Conceived in 2012, the Basecamp Brand started with 2 backpacks. Still best-sellers today, the Navigator and Concourse were instant successes. From that point, Basecamp expanded the collection to fulfill their love for adventure, getting outside, and enjoying the world around them. With superb styling, design, rugged construction, and tremendous value, the Basecamp brand has grown and expanded rapidly into the preferred choice for the corporate adventurer. They continue to examine our urban jungle, the boardroom, and corporate event. No matter the level of adventure you seek or route you take to the office, Basecamp wants to make sure you are comfortable and well equipped for your journey.

The team behind Basecamp focuses on the details and creative content specifications are developed while testing innovation and stewing over material types. Basecamp designs take care of all the tactical and technical details, so you don't have to. Explore with confidence on that unpaved road, trail, or waterway while Basecamp gear takes care of the rest. Live bold with style and panache. Live Basecamp with pleasure.

Your Purchase Makes a Difference 

We are proud to partner with Wounded Warrior Project® and will be donating 1% of SnugZ® Basecamp sales with a minimum of $100,000 per calendar year to support their mission to honor and empower wounded warriors.

SnugZ is proud to be a part of this legacy which helps post 9-11 veterans and active service members who have incurred a physical or mental injury, illness or wound while serving in the US military. When you customize Basecamp products, you can feel good about the longevity of your product and lasting impact on those who fight for our freedom.

To learn more about Wounded Warrior Project please visit woundedwarriorproject.org