Peloton, Bombay, Klymit, Xero Shoes and Hyperice were among a number of companies in the active-lifestyle space landing on The Inc. 5000, the magazine’s annual ranking of the fastest-growing private companies in America.

A list of active-lifestyle companies making the list follows:

80 – Y7 Studio, New York City – Fitness studio

  • 2017 Revenue – $5.6 M
  • 3-Year Growth – 4,022 percent

95 – Club Pilates Franchise, Irvine, CA – Franchises hundreds of Pilates studios worldwide and offers a 500-hour Pilates teacher training program.

  • 2017 Revenue – $27.2 M
  • 3-Year Growth – 3,728 percent

97 – Peloton, New York City, NY – Sells indoor fitness bikes that offer boot camp-style classes through the attached monitors.

  • 2017 Revenue – $328.3 M
  • 3-Year Growth – 3,711 percent

137 – Vibe Kayaks, Kennesaw, GA – Makes kayaks, coolers, kayak and surfboard trailers and outdoor apparel.

  • 2017 Revenue – $7 M
  • 3-Year Growth – 2,918 percent

154 – Shefit, Hudsonville, MI – Designs and sells sports bras and other athletic apparel for women.

  • 2017 Revenue – $3 M
  • 3-Year Growth – 2,770 percent

175 – Bombas, New York City, NY – Makes and sells socks, donating one pair to homeless shelters for every pair sold.

  • 2017 Revenue – $46.6 M
  • 3-Year Growth – 2,457 percent

231 – TomboyX, Seattle, WA – Makes eco-friendly, comfortable underwear for all sizes.

  • 2017 Revenue – $5.4 M
  • 3-Year Growth – 2,049 percent

314 – iLoveKickboxing, Merrick, NY – Operates a franchise of several hundred kickboxing fitness centers.

  • 2017 Revenue – $16.4 M
  • 3-Year Growth – 1,571 percent

423 – Driveline Baseball, Kent, WA – Develops baseball training programs and products for skill development, strength training and performance analytics.

  • 2017 Revenue – $3.1 M
  • 3-Year Growth – 1,182 percent

639 – GameBreaker, Westlake Village, CA – Creates uniquely designed performance protective soft headgear for multiple sports.

  • 2017 Revenue – $2.5 M
  • 3-Year Growth- 786 percent

674 – PRx Performance, Fargo, ND – Manufactures and distributes space-saving fitness equipment, having launched through a deal on Shark Tank.

  • 2017 Revenue – $4.1 M
  • 3-Year Growth – 742 percent

676 – Hyperice, Irvine, CA – Sells devices to help athletes recover from injuries and enhance their movement in physical training.

  • 2017 Revenue – $10.6 M
  • 3-Year Growth – 742 percent

818 – Xero Shoes, Broomfield, CO – Makes flexible, lightweight, comfortable shoes and sandals for outdoor, active use.

  • 2017 Revenue- $5.5 M
  • 3-Year Growth- 617 percent

870 – LeBootCamp, San Francisco, CA – Offers an array of services pertaining to healthy living and weight loss, including subscriptions, online programs, books, live events and more. Services are available in English and in French.

  • 2017 Revenue – $3.1 M
  • 3-Year Growth- 576 percent

954 – Campman, Sandy, UT – Operates a specialty goods retail shop specializing in a small catalog of outdoor products and gear.

  • 2017 Revenue – $2.1 M
  • 3-Year Growth – 519 percent

987 – Nine Line Apparel, Savannah, GA – Sells U.S.-made casual men’s and women’s clothing with a strong patriotic sensibility.

  • 2017 Revenue – $16.5 M
  • 3-Year Growth – 498 percent

1049 – Klymit, Centerville, UT – Makes camping gear with a focus on new technologies that produce comfortable, lightweight and rugged products.

  • 2017 Revenue – $17.4 M
  • 3-Year Growth – 468 percent

1204 – GlassesUSA.com, New York City, NY – Offers a variety of designer and in-house prescription eyewear brands in a wide-range of styles, including single vision glasses, multifocals, sunglasses, sports glasses, safety glasses, computer glasses, contact lenses and more.

  • 2017 Revenue – $45.5 M
  • 3-Year Growth- 402 percent

1223 – Camp Gladiator, Austin, TX – Offers a four-week outdoor fitness boot camp that is designed to improve the health and fitness of men and women who wish to lose weight, improve their athletic performance or enjoy a good workout.

  • 2017 Revenue – $42.2 M
  • 3-Year Growth – 395 percent

1238 – P&P Imports, Santa Ana, CA – Sells outdoor recreational consumer goods to market such as outdoor recreational games and sporting goods and an exclusive line of pool floats.

  • 2017 Revenue – $20.7 M
  • 3-Year Growth – 392 percent

1275 – Origaudio, Fountain Valley, CA – Manufactures and sells portable, customized speakers, headphones and other electronic gadgets.

  • 2017 Revenue – $18.9 M
  • 3-Year Growth – 379 percent

1380 – Marine Layer, San Francisco, CA – Operates a full lifestyle apparel brand for men and women that celebrates an active, urban lifestyle with soft fabrics and easy-to-wear styles. Has 34 stores across the country.

  • 2017 Revenue – $26.8 M
  • 3-Year Growth – 343 percent

1477 – Scotty Gear Retail, Rolling Meadows, IL – Manufactures and sells custom branded products for sororities, fraternities and school sports teams.

  • 2017 Revenue – $2.7 M
  • 3-Year Growth – 318 percent

1766 – Swig, Richmond, VA – Operates a portable hydration and insulation company selling insulated stainless technology that keeps beverages hot or cold as long as current technology allows.

  • 2017 Revenue – $12.7 M
  • 3-Year Growth – 258 percent

2514 – Sportique, San Francisco, CA – An online retailer of adventure and outdoor equipment and apparel.

  • 2017 Revenue – $5.9 M
  • 3-Year Growth – 170 percent

2579 – Team Fitz Graphics, Cincinnati, OH – Operates a sign and graphics company based in Cincinnati, OH, that provides custom signs and graphics to the athletic industry. Items include record boards, championship banners, media backdrops, windscreens and custom dry erase boards.

  • 2017 Revenue – $2.7 M
  • 3-Year Growth – 165 percent

3255 – Proozy, Eagan, MN – Sells golf clubs, bags, golf apparel and shoes below market price.

  • 2017 Revenue – $20 M
  • 3-Year Growth- 121 percent

3649 – University Tees, Lakewood, OH – Focuses on customized t-shirts, promotional products, group gear and other apparel. Often used by college sports teams, organizations, non-profits, fraternities and sororities for team, group and sports apparel.

  • 2017 Revenue – $22.6 M
  • 3-Year Growth – 102 percent

3725 – EVELO Electric Bicycles, Seattle, WA – Makes electric bikes for recreation, commuting and exercise. The company’s mission is to make riding a bike fun and accessible to everyone, regardless of their age, skill or fitness level.

  • 2017 Revenue – $2.8 M
  • 3-Year Growth – 99 percent

4084 – YakAttack, Burkeville, VA – Manufactures and sells kayak fishing gear, paddle boat accessories and marine accessories. The products are made in the United States and are available to purchase through the company’s website.

  • 2017 Revenue – $3.7 M
  • 3-Year Growth – 85 percent

4186 – Helen Jon, Lenexa, KS – Manufactures and sells an exclusive clothing line for women. Products include swimwear, resort wear, activewear and accessories.

  • 2017 Revenue – $3.2 M
  • 3-Year Growth – 82 percent

 4502 – Elevation Sports, Elkhart, IN – Specializes in selling sports uniforms and apparel through an e-commerce platform. Uniforms are customizable based on the team, organization or community’s needs. Also sells promotional items.

  • 2017 Revenue – $3.6 M
  • 3-Year Growth – 73 percent

4917 – Sock It to Me, Milwaukie, OR – Sells socks and underwear with unusual patterns that include ninjas, unicorns, skulls, planets and monsters.

  • 2017 Revenue – $11.9 M
  • 3-Year Growth – 60 percent

Note on Inc. 5000: Companies on the 2018 Inc. 5000 are ranked according to percentage revenue growth from 2014 to 2017. To qualify, companies must have been founded and generating revenue by March 31, 2014. They must be U.S.-based, privately held, for-profit and independent, not subsidiaries or divisions of other companies, as of December 31, 2017. (Since then, some on the list have gone public or been acquired.

The minimum revenue required for 2014 is $100,000; the minimum for 2017 is $2 million. As always, Inc. reserves the right to decline applicants for subjective reasons.

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