Zeagle snapped up by Huish

Admired premium US brand joins growing Huish portfolio

Author: Pat
10th August 2012
 

Picture of a Zeagle Systems octopus

US dive gear maker Zeagle Systems has been snapped up by Huish Outdoors.

Huish is rapidly becoming a major player in the diving goods market, since it already owns Atomic Aquatics, BARE and Stahlsac.

making scuba kit for over 30 years

Based in Zephyrhills in Florida, Zeagle was until recently a family owned affair that has been making scuba kit for over 30 years.

Initially focused on weight-integrated BCD jackets, today the company line-up also includes regulators, fins and accessories.

Huish has been on a bit of a spending spree of late, targeting top-end brands with little crossover to offer a full spectrum of kit.

Mike Huish of Huish Outdoors said: “Zeagle’s reputation for innovative design is well recognised in the industry, including the award winning Onyx regulator and the Wicked Lite travel BCD.

“(Zeagle) will be a perfect complement to the other world-class brands in our portfolio which include Atomic Aquatics, BARE and Stahlsac.”

 
 
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