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THE HOT 25: GOWILD'S MOST POPULAR OUTDOOR PRODUCTS IN 2020

GoWild Releases the Hot 25, a List of Trending Products Atop Millions of Searches

Outdoor enthusiasts demand a lot of their gear. GoWild, the social media platform for outdoor enthusiasts, has released the most popular products tagged in social content in 2020.

GoWild’s gear catalogue, Gearbox, has more than 350K products available for social sharing, reviews and purchases. Across the millions of searches and impressions on the platform, GoWild reviewed and released the Hot 25, a list of the 25 most popular products for Hunting, Fishing, Outdoor Cooking, and Camping/Hiking.

“Our community is gear obsessed,” said GoWild Cofounder, CEO, Brad Luttrell. “Whether you’re new or an outdoor veteran, you’re always making small upgrades to your gear. With members looking at more than 200 products per month, and sharing what products work best, this was a fun way to give some insights into what’s hot.”

Of hundreds of thousands of products, and in order of popularity, the winners are:

TOP HIKING & CAMPING PRODUCTS

1) MERRELL VEGO MID LEATHER WATERPROOF HIKING BOOTS

2) COLUMBIA MOUNTAIN SIDE FLEECE LADIES PULLOVER

3) GARMIN F?NIX 6

4) QUARROW TRI-EYE HEADLAMP

5) SAWYER PERMETHRIN INSECT REPELLENT FOR CLOTHING

Find the rest of the Top 25 Outdoor Products here.

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October 29, 2023

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