The state’s Department of Business and Economic Affairs named Scott Crowder as the first director of Outdoor Recreation Industry Development.
In part two of our series on the outdoor industry’s supply chain disruptions, we look at how retailers big and small are dealing with increased demand and diminished supply—and when balance might return.
In part one of our series on the outdoor industry’s supply chain woes, we look at the impact on brands and how they’re managing port delays and other shipping slowdowns.
The parent company of Therm-a-Rest, MSR, and other outdoor brands has appointed the industry veteran as president of its North America and Pacific Rim (N.A.P.R.) region.
The president of Oboz discusses the growing demand for outdoor footwear, the company’s imminent DTC channel, and what else is on tap for the Bozeman-based brand.
Vibram Group this week named Steere as vice president of product creation and merchandising for North America.
Neptune Mountaineering, a gear shop just steps away from the site of Monday’s massacre in Boulder, Colorado, has confirmed that all its employees are safe.
For years, two magazines—Climbing and Rock and Ice—have battled for readership in the rock climbing community. Now the two publications are one, with an entirely new look and feel.
The Oregon-based brand is asking outdoor footwear companies to take a “detox journey" and showing them how to do so.