ScentLok Technologies Purchases Robinson Outdoor Products

ScentLok Technologies Purchases Robinson Outdoor Products

ScentLok Technologies, a leading manufacturer in the scent-controlled clothing arena, is excited to announce its acquisition of Robinson Outdoor Products. The transaction was finalized earlier today and includes all assets of Robinson Outdoors, including ScentBlocker, ScentShield, Tree Spider and Whitewater Outdoors products and brands, as well as all patents and intellectual properties.

“The Robinson portfolio of products and loyal customers is powerful and wide-ranging,” says Patrick Hylant, owner and CEO of ScentLok Technologies. “Our company’s goal is to offer total odor-management solutions while maintaining the highest levels of customer satisfaction, and this acquisition will help us fulfill that mission. We don’t need to be the biggest; we just want to be the best. Our research and development team has already begun looking at the various Robinson technologies. We’re improving on them and finding their best applications. Customers can expect to see some of that DNA incorporated into new products as early as next year. We will continue to relentlessly drive to solve real problems for real customers and bring the absolute best products to market.”

ScentLok was quick to point out that though certain technologies may cross over between the brands, its primary plan is to invest in ScentBlocker and other Robinson brands and products separate from the ScentLok name and product lines.

“We understand that ScentBlocker is a go-to name brand for a large and loyal population of the outdoor community. We want to ensure these strong and loyal customers that we are going to maintain the ScentBlocker brand, technologies and quality they are known for. That authenticity will carry on as it always has,” Hylant added.

It is expected that all operations will be consolidated into the ScentLok offices and distribution centers located in Muskegon, Michigan.


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