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Competitive Landscape with Key players:
The North Face,Mountain Hardwear,Black Diamond Equipment Ltd.,Marmot Mountain LLC,Amer Sports,Equinox Ltd.,TATONKA,Mont-bell Co. Ltd.,AMG-Group,Sierra Designs
Hiking Gear and Equipment Market Taxonomy