Below are the headlines of some recent issues

Outdoori Vol 26 No 17 May 13 2021


  • A.S. Adventure Group changes name to Yonderland
  • UK outdoor retail bounce back
  • EOG to expand retail POS data
  • Jack Wolfskin gains brand momentum
  • Merrell records low-mid-twenty digit sales growth
  • Arc’teryx addresses value of circularity
  • Royal Robbins expands omnichannel experience
  • Backcountry expands owned brands

Outdoori Vol 26 No 16 May 6 2021


  • Markets begin to show signs of recovery
  • Columbia Sportswear sales exceed expectation
  • Berghaus appoint global brand director
  • Newell Brands Outdoor segment returns to growth
  • Oase Outdoors reports strong order book
  • Black Diamond appoints apparel director
  • New UK winter trade show planned for 2022
  • Company Profile: Mammut

Outdoori Vol 26 No 15 April 27 2021


  • Conzzeta agrees to divest Mammut
  • Fenix Outdoor Int remains optimistic
  • REI sales take a tumble
  • Helly Hansen CEO steps down
  • A strong start of the year for Thule
  • Montane launches campaign
  • Moncler sales recover
  • 2020 company performance stats
  • Market matters – Craghoppers update

Outdoori Vol 26 No 14 April 13 2021


  • JD Sports hits record high on resilient results
  • JD Outdoor sales decrease 13.3%
  • Patagonia appoints new GM EMEA
  • Go Outdoors report strong demand for camping equipment
  • UK outdoor retailers re-opened its doors on 12 April

Outdoori Vol 26 No 20 July 2 2021


  • EOG State of Trade survey highlights Covid impact
  • OTS 2021 report
  • SportsPursuit partners with bd-capital to take the next step in its journey
  • Hoffman to succeed Krueger as Wolverine CEO
  • Millet Mountain put up for sale
  • Silva acquired by equity investor
  • Telemos Capital London acquires Mammut
  • Investment strengthens Superfeet for future growth
  • Asolo new Romania facility
  • Canada Goose to stop using fur
  • WiggleCRC acquired by Sigma Sports United


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