C.A.M.P. is a leading company in the outdoor gear industry (the acronym stands for Concezione Articoli Montagna Premana) and its history dates back to 1889, its earliest days being in a small workshop in Premana, in the mountains around Lecco, with Nicola Codega working wrought iron. The workshop was then passed on to his son Antonio, manufacturer of the famous ice axes destined to the Alpine Regiment. With its three brands – CAMP, CASSIN AND CAMP SAFETY – C.A.M.P. can now be found in 80 countries around the world and holds branches in France, the United States and Russia. C.A.M.P.’s products epitomise lightness and performance, along the lines of the “light and fast” motto of contemporary alpinism.
With its 125 year-long history of work and passion, faithful to its roots and open to a global contest which allowed it to grow and develop its sport know-how in the work-at-height industry, C.A.M.P. is now led by the fourth generation of the Codega family. For this reason, too, this is a matchless company, true to the authentic mountain culture forged amid tradition and innovation.