Kahtoola updates Low Profile Nanospikes

“Based on the feedback from our community, customers and athletes, we identified an opportunity to make a good thing even better,” said Danny Giovale, founder and owner of Kahtoola.

MEC Appoints New CEO

Canadian outdoor gear retailer MEC promoted COO Peter Hlynsky to CEO, succeeding Eric Claus, who led the retailer during the filing for creditor protection and sale to U.S.-based private investment firm Kingswood Capital Management.

Trail Creek Outfitters Sold to Kyle and Brett Havertine

Trail Creek Outfitters, with two stores in Glen Mills and  Kennett Square, PA, respectively, formally announced that Ed Camelli, co-founder, and Joanne Havertine, co-owner and wife of deceased co-founder Brian Havertine, have sold the business to her sons Kyle and Brett Havertine.

Rawlings Extends Partnership With Northwoods League

Rawlings Sporting Goods Company, Inc. will remain the exclusive supplier of baseballs, helmets, protective gear, uniforms, and wood bats for the Northwoods League through 2028. Rawlings has been a sponsor of the league since 2005.

Dakine Joins Recco Network With Recent Apparel Launch

Recco, the rescue technology manufacturer, reported it partnered with Dakine as the company launched its outerwear collection. Recco said its rescue reflectors will be integrated into “key Dakine outerwear products, like winter jackets and snow pants.” There are twenty Recco SAR Helicopter Systems in Europe and eleven in North America, complementing the company’s “900-plus Recco […]

International Tennis Hall Of Fame Launches Online Sneaker Exhibit

The International Tennis Hall of Fame has launched a new digital museum exhibit exploring the evolution and impact of tennis footwear, as seen on and off the tennis courts over the past 100+ years. Kicks on Court: How Tennis Shoes Impacted Pop Culture is an historical digital exhibit presented by the International Tennis Hall of […]

Patagonia Sues Amazon Reseller

Patagonia is suing third-party seller Kimberly McHugh for selling Patagonia-branded products through Amazon and other platforms without authorization, according to thefashionlaw.com.