Lululemon Athletica Inc. stated that Lee Holman, executive vice president and creative director, has resigned for personal reasons.
K2 Skis appointed the 10-plus year company veteran Ryan McBride to lead the brand’s U.S. sales.
The NHL and Fanatics launched a full 31-team assortment of the League’s new official fan jersey, the “Breakaway.”
New Balance said it plans to “vigorously defend itself” against a lawsuit from Manchester United’s Marouane Fellaini charging its boots injured his feet.
Nike signed Giannis Antetokounmpo to a “long-term partnership,” according to tweet from the Milwaukee Bucks player.
Adidas revealed its new app at Dreamforce, the world’s largest software conference, in San Francisco, CA.
Canada Goose Holdings Inc. appointed Jodi Butts to its Board of Directors as an independent director.
Simms Fishing Products appointed Casey Sheahan, seasoned outdoor industry veteran, as chief executive officer.
REI and POWDR formed a strategic partnership that kicks off mid-November with new adventure lifestyle programs and events.
Shalane Flanagan, long endorsed by Nike, on Sunday became the first women to win the New York City Marathon since 1977.
Fjällräven, the Swedish outdoor brand, welcomed Stephen Golaszewski as director of Latin America.
Fitbit has been selected as the first wearable for use in the national All of Us Research Program established by the White House in 2015.
Power Plate opened a new pop-up experience to be located at the newly renovated 900 North Michigan Shops in Chicago.
Ibex stated it has laid off 12 of its employees at its headquarters in Vermont but, contrary to reports, has no plans to cease operations.
Pacers Running, a multi-door running specialty retailer and events company headquartered in Washington DC, partnered with FitRankings’ universal platform for tracking fitness activity.
Neil Cole, former chairman and founder of Iconix Brand Group Inc., formed NextRev Commerce, a venture incubated by Cole’s newly launched company, Next Retail Concepts.
REI has named the former CIO and executive VP of Coach as its chief information officer and EVP. Christine Putur spent four years at Coach, from February 2013 to May 2017.
The Weather Channel television network and Lands’ End unveiled a two-year partnership that will integrate the apparel brand into The Weather Channel’s live in-the-field coverage.
Sherpa Adventure Gear plans to open its first U.S. flagship store in Seattle, WA in November 2017.
Academy Sports + Outdoors opened its newest store in Orlando.
Elite Sportswear L.P., which owns a number of cheer brands, appointed Girisha Chandraraj as its president and chief executive officer.
Lew’s Holdings Corporation, a portfolio company of Peak Rock Capital, acquired Strike King Lure Company, a supplier of branded fishing lures, sunglasses and other fishing accessories.
Major League Soccer (MLS) and Fanatics jointly unveiled a broad long-term global agreement that expands the scale and scope of Fanatics’ relationship with the League, beginning in 2019.
Toad&Co added Mountain Lake Marketing to its sales force with responsibilities for the Mid-Atlantic territory.
Nester Hosiery, a manufacturer of performance merino wool socks, hired Chris Nitzsche as vice president of sales.
TREW, a performance outdoor apparel company, hired Brittany Crook as VP of design and development.
WYNIT, the electronics distributor, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
Adidas reportedly signed Bulls guard Zach LaVine to an endorsement deal. With incentives, the four-year contract could be worth up to $35 million.
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