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More brands are reducing waste by selling used and upcycled gear. It’s good for the environment, but it’s also good for the bottom line.

Canadian outdoor apparel and equipment brand Arc'teryx has launched ReBird, which connects customers to used gear, upcycled products, and care and repair services

Want to turn your business into everyone’s dream workplace? Follow these cues for a more fulfilled, productive, and inspired workforce

We examined what some of the industry's top brands are doing on Instagram to engage users and reach new audiences

The reusable packaging service RePack helps companies reduce their carbon footprint while building brand affinity

If you’re serious about sustainability, nothing is more eco-friendly than products that don’t need replacing

Are pro programs a legitimate perk for industry professionals or a discount sales channel run amok? Some insiders are calling the whole scene a complete farce. Here's why.

In response to the murder of George Floyd, outdoor leaders have released statements condemning racial injustice and institutional violence against the Black community in the United States. Here's a running list.

Put your money where your heart is. If you like to play the stock market, and you believe in the economic strength of the outdoor industry, why not invest in one of these publicly traded outdoor companies?

Try to be all things to all people, and end up pleasing none. The opportunity for both retailers and vendors lies in careful curation instead.