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We think it’s completely worth it just to make really cool products, but it’s even cooler to be recognized for it. The Sawyer Squeeze Filter was awarded the coveted Editor's Choice Award by Backpacker Magazine in the April 2012 Gear Guide. Thanks, Backpacker!

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