With a focus on providing customers with outdoor gear that is recycled, partially recycled and/or manufactured using less harmful processes on the environment, Green Life Outfitters, an outdoor retailer, launched their website greenlifeoutfitters.com in 2012.

Although Green Life Outfitters offers a wide range of outdoor gear and equipment for camping, hiking, backpacking and more they are one of the few outdoor retailers that focus on eco-friendly, recycled products and offering products from manufacturers that produce products using less harmful processes on the environment.

Green Life Outfitters says, “This is what sets us apart from the competition and with more and more eco-cautious customers are finding our selection just what they are looking for”.

Green Life Outfitters slogan is “Live the Green Life”. As “green” in the outdoors represents life and eco-friendly, we encourage outdoor enthusiast to live a life enjoying everything outdoors while focusing on preserving and caring for the outdoor environment we all love to enjoy. To commit to living the Green Life and receive a FREE sticker (Sticker produced by Wind Power in Colorado) fill out the form at our website greenlifeoutfitters.com/live-the-green-life.

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3 thoughts on “Green Life Outfitters Launches in 2012 with Focus on Eco-Friendly Outdoor Products

  1. DO NOT BUY FROM THEM! Green Life Outfitters is a FRAUDULENT company.
    I ordered a $95 order of hydroflask water bottles and was charged almost
    immediately. However after a couple weeks of checking on my order status, which
    was still not even sent out, I tried calling the company. The 800 number was
    invalid. So I emailed them and received a phony story about many orders being
    on backorder. I wrote them to cancel my order and received a cancellation
    confirmation, but after another 5 days still no credit card refund. I then did
    some online searching to find that the owners, Cliff and Jamie Lunsford, were
    the previous owners of the fraudulent company “Gear for Camping”. I then called
    my bank to start a dispute to have the transaction revoked and submitted a scam
    claim with the better business bureau of NW Florida, where these people are
    based. After doing these things I emailed green life again to tell them the
    steps I was taking to ensure my money was refunded and almost immediately
    received yet another confirmation of my refund, but this time from the credit
    card vendor (payleap) showing an actual confirmation #. All this after nearly 1 month of corresponding back and forth with them trying to get my money back. Jury’s still out about the refund…

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