First half revenues passed the $1bn mark for the first time as Columbia announced record net sales of $481.6 million for the quarter ended 30th June 2018
Patagonia is partnering with Danner Boots on what will be its first-ever collaboration.
Thule Group reported first-quarter earnings improved 10.7 percent to SEK 385 million (£33.1m) as revenue increased 10.2 percent to SEK 2.2 billion (£189.4m).
CamelBak has hired Greg Williamson as its new president.
Another senior-ranking executive at Vista Outdoor tendered his resignation last week.
Norwegian sportswear company Helly Hansen has launched a suit against Virgil Abloh's Off-White for copyright infringement of its striped logo.
Vista Outdoor has reached a deal to sell its Bolle, Serengeti and Cebe eyewear brands for around $158 million, to a “significant” European private-equity fund.
Adelis Equity Partners has acquired a majority stake in Didriksons from Norway's Herkules Capital.
Australian mapping and publishing company Hema Maps and Adventures Group Holdings have announced they are merging to create Emprise Group Holdings (Emprise).
Canadian Tire Corporation has successfully completed the acquisition of the company which owns and operates the Helly Hansen brands and related businesses.
Pentland Group has announced its full year results for the year ended 31st December 2017.
North Face owner VF Corporation has appointed Travis Campbell as vice president, general manager, The North Face, Americas.
Columbia is one of the brands accused in a report by an international watchdog group of ignoring reports of violence and other serious abuses against workers at an Indian clothing factory.
Amer Sports Corporation has completed the acquisition of Peak Performance from IC Group.
Peter Cowgill, executive chairman of JD Sports will make the following trading statement to shareholders attending its AGM today:
Sports Direct has divested all interest in UK sportswear retailer Finish Line, after rival JD Sports completed its $558 million (£396 million) acquisition of the retailer.
Arc’teryx has opened a new branded retail location in Calgary, Canada.
North Face owner, VF Corporation has completed its acquisition of the Altra sports footwear brand from ICON Health & Fitness.
Columbia has boosted its city credentials, recruiting Andrew Burns as director of investor relations and Competitive Intelligence, reporting to senior vice president and chief financial officer, Jim Swanson.
Financial technology specialist Wirecard, is expanding its long-standing partnership with Mammut to handle payment processing for the firm's e-commerce business in the US.
Norwegian outdoor apparel brand Skogstad is launching its spring/summer 2019 range using the new version 7 of the aWorkbook B2B e-catalogue and sales app.
Kampa has been identified in the London Stock Exchange Group’s 1000 Companies to Inspire Britain report, which Identifies fastest-growing (SMEs) across the UK.
The parent company of Black Diamond Equipment plans to invest $40 million and expand operations in Utah.
Columbia has appointed Michael Richardson as vice president of Global Merchandising for the Columbia brand.
Compass Diversified has reported strong first quarter results, with losses improving and revenues growing.
Johnson Outdoors has reported double-digit increases in sales and earnings driving record-high results during the company’s 2018 second fiscal quarter and six months ending 30th March 2018.
Mammut continues to invest in its e-commerce offering, expanding its partnership with payment processing firm Wirecard in the US.
VF Corporation has reported financial results for its three-month transition period ended 31st March 2018.
Bridgedale has chosen Real PR Outdoor as its PR agency.
Vista Outdoor has announced a “strategic business transformation plan”, designed to allow the company to focus resources on pursuing growth in its core product categories.
Columbia Sportswear has announced record net sales of $607.3m for the first quarter ended 31st March 2018, an increase of 12 per cent compared with net sales of $543.8m for the first quarter of 2017.
Amer Sports, which owns the Salomon, Wilson, Atomic, Arc'teryx, Mavic, Suunto and Precor brands, has released its first quarter financials.
Columbia has boosted its corporate communications team, appointing Mary Ellen Glynn as director of corporate communications and Sara Bradshaw as corporate communications manager.
Deckers Outdoor Corporation has issued an update on its fourth quarter earnings guidance.
Eagle Creek has appointed Björn Jansen from Uhlsport as its new sales manager of wholesale for Europe.
Bergans of Norway has parted company with CEO Leif Holst-Liaeker, with supply chain director Jan Tore Jensen taking up the role.
JD Sports has announced its full-year results with group turnover and profits both significantly up and outdoor also seeing a rise in turnover and operating profits.
Solar light specialist, WakaWaka has become the first European B Corporation to go public, offering shares via NPEX, the Dutch financing platform for SMEs as it looks to raise €2.5m.
VF Corp CEO, Steve Rendle has been talking to Fortune magazine and says the firm is in the market to make another big acquisition.
Patagonia boss, Rose Marcario, is continuing to stick it to White House occupant Donald Trump, and has added some harsh criticism of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg for good measure.