HITCO PRODUCTS GENERATE
2% FOR THE ELEPHANTS
The HITCO™ Overnighter is just the right size for a quick getaway. A side compartment stores shoes separately, while inside and outside pockets help you stay organized.
- Adjustable padded shoulder strap.
- Dedicated shoe compartment.
- Large main compartment and inside pocket organization.
- Removable HITCO™ Patch Velcro Band.
- 1680D Ballistic Nylon Shell
- 420D Nylon Packcloth Lining.
- YKK Zippers, Sliders, and Pullers.
- Reinforced removable floor.
- 20" x 10" x 12"
Here at Swiss Link, we believe in high quality, affordable products. That’s why we’re in the military surplus business. Over the years, we’ve come up with some of our own ideas so we developed the HITCo™ brand. All HITCo™ products are of the same dependable construction you can expect from our military issue goods and feature innovative, fresh designs.
As you can see, our brand image features an elephant. We have high respect for all living things and a particular love for the magnificent elephant. Sadly, illegal poaching is rampant and too many elephants spend time in confined, torturous conditions. This is absolutely unacceptable to us.
We wanted to do something about it, so we searched for an elephant sanctuary we can put our trust in—and we found one. We’ve decided to donate two percent of the sales of all HITCo™ items to The Elephant Sanctuary in Tennessee. They’ve been providing home and herd to elephants retired from performance and exhibition for 25 years. Learn more about them here: elephants.com
THE HITCo™ MISSION
2% for the elephants
Two percent of the sales of all HITCo™ products goes to The Elephant Sanctuary in Tennessee. They’ve been providing home and herd to elephants retired from performance and exhibition for 25 years.
THE ELEPHANT SANCTUARY
The Elephant Sanctuary exists to provide captive elephants with individualized care, the companionship of a herd, and the opportunity to live out their lives in a safe haven dedicated to their well-being. It also exists to educate the public of the complex needs of elephants in captivity and the crisis facing elephants in the wild.