The U.S. Court of International Trade has ruled against CamelBak Products, which was trying to get a line of products reclassified so they would garner lower import duties. The products, hydration packs imported from the Philippines in 2003, are classified by the Bureau of Customs and Border Protection as “travel, sports and similar bags,” which have a duty of 17.8 percent. CamelBak argued that they were more properly “insulated food or beverage bags,” which mean a tax of 7 percent. The court said that the insulation sleeve in the packs didn’t justify the change in classification.