Regular exercise boosts energy and creativity. So it stands to reason that an avid marathoner, hiker, and triathlete like Josh Sprague would have a very active imagination. His company is named Orange Mud, a nod to his favorite color and, yes, mud. He creates innovative problem solvers for adventurous folks, himself included.
After a particularly dehydrating run, Josh's “hydration frustration” became inspiration for the Hydra Quiver, a vestpack designed with a back-mounted water pouch that tucks snugly between the shoulder blades, so the bottle won’t jostle. It leaves arms completely free for that extra push when running. Light and breathable, the foam padding provides support and comfort. Hidden pockets hold keys, cards, and snacks.
The Transition Wrap is a large bath sheet that secures with a belt, perfect for discreet outdoor changes after a race, shower, or a day at the beach. A built in zipper secures it on the headrest of your car seat.
All products are Made in America within 100 mile radius of Josh’s Southern California headquarters.