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Dakine launched its winter signature series of packs, gloves and mitts, designed in collaboration with snowboarding and ski athletes Sam Taxwood, Louif Paradis, Jill Perkins, Karl Fostvedt, and Sammy Carlson.
UYN Sports, the manufacturer of technical apparel, footwear and accessories, named alpine ski racer Bode Miller as U.S. brand ambassador.
Front Runner Dometic dropped three new Toyota Sequoia Roof Rack Kits—Slimline II, Slimsport and the Lightbar Ready Slimsport—to work with 2023 models.
Pentland Brands reported it has partnered with Segura, a UK-based software solutions provider, to map its entire multi-brand, multi-tier supply chain—from the first tier to raw materials—across its global operations.
Solo Stove announced that Snoop Dogg will be the company’s official “smokesman” to support its mission to eliminate smoke from backyards.
Dakine reported continuing its partnership with Alterra Mountain Company as the official pack and bag sponsor for the 2023/24 winter season, in addition to supporting events, programs, staff products, and uniforms for the bike parks.
European outdoor performance apparel company expands ambassador program
As Dynastar celebrates its 60th anniversary in 2023, its new for FW 2023/24, Hybrid Core 2.0 ski construction, is touted as part of its sustainability journey.
The U.S.-based ski manufacturer DPS Skis reported partnering with Kohla, the Austrian brand specializing in mountain sports equipment, to be its exclusive North American distributor of climbing skins and accessories and backpacks effective November 2023.
Baffin introduced a new women’s winter boot collection called the Wedge, which merges fashion with function. It includes two platform styles, the Geneva and Tornio.
Originally made as a smaller companion to Able Carry’s Daily Backpack, the Thirteen Daybag offers a compact silhouette, maintaining its shape empty or full and is slightly taller with 13 liters of space.
“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.