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'47 and 686 Target Colleges With New Collection

'47 and 686 have launched a capsule collection of technical snowsports apparel and headwear featuring the logos and trademarks of 14 universities and colleges across the U.S. The eclectic mix of outerwear, tech apparel, water resistant headwear and accessories delivers a crisp aesthetic that blends futuristic camo patterns, color blocking and classic logos of collegiate marks... Click for Full Story >>>

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Beat Zaugg, co-owner of Scott Sports S.A., has acquired a majority stake in the Swiss adventure travel and specialty outdoor retailer Transa,, according to Swiss media reports...(9/2/2015)


The number of participants in high school sports increased for the 26th consecutive year in 2014-15 topping the 7.8 million mark for the first time according to the annual High School Athletics Participation Survey conducted by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS)...(9/2/2015)


Kelty will hold a contest to give away the exact Trekker 65 that actor Nick Nolte wore in the movie "A Walk in the Woods," which debuted at theaters nationwide Wednesday...(9/2/2015)


Shock Doctor Sports and McDavid Inc. unveiled United Sports Brands as the name of their combined global organization. United Sports Brands will serve as the corporate parent for Shock Doctor, McDavid, Cutters and XO sporting goods brands...(9/2/2015)


Thule Group divested its Snow Chain business Wednesday in order to tighten its focus on driving growth in its core Outdoor & Bags segment, which makes everything from car racks to backpacks, and cases for consumer electronics...(9/2/2015)


Andy Murray, who signed a deal with Under Armour last year, has drawn attention for continuing to wear Adidas shoes at the U.S. Open, despite his contract with Under Armour. Adidas responded with a tweet...(9/2/2015)


Quiksilver Inc., the parent of DC Shoes, Roxy, and flagship Quiksilver brand, is looking for a buyer, according to a report from Bloomberg. Sources said the company has been holding discussions with a number of potential strategic bidders with the goal of a management-led buyout, ideally outside of a bankruptcy...(9/2/2015)


Sweet Protection, a Norwegian designer of helmets and apparel for whitewater, snow sports and mountain biking will open its North American headquarters in Broomfield, CO in October...(9/2/2015)


Timberland marked the planting of two million trees in the Horqin Desert-- a significant milestone in its ongoing program to tackle desertification in Inner Mongolia. This achievement is a key part of the company's CSR efforts...(9/2/2015)


Los Angeles launched its bid to host the 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games following a unanimous vote by the LA City Council in support of the city’s attempt to bring the Summer Games back to the U.S. for the first time in 28 years. The city’s Olympic bid was endorsed by the United States Olympic Committee board...(9/2/2015)


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