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From fabrics and materials to packaging, Big Agnes continues to push itself on the sustainability front

With lofty goals to be more inclusive, the outdoor industry is at a crossroads. Some say the key is lower-priced gear.

This hybrid survival-outdoor store opened its doors in the middle of a global pandemic. The timing might have been perfect.

The pandemic shutdown devastated the world’s manufacturing center—and many of the companies that rely on it. And there were already plenty of reasons to get out.

Ikon was the talk of the town all across the West. But increased visitation comes at a cost

With sophisticated Asian factories and Amazon, it’s easier than ever to launch a low-cost gear brand. Are companies that prioritize price over innovation a boon to the outdoor industry—or a threat?

The industry’s largest specialty retailer is also its most powerful. Does that make it a visionary leader? Necessary evil? Cutthroat competitor? Or something else entirely?

The most coveted collab in the history of collabs isn’t even one you can pitch. You have to wait for it to come to you. But don’t worry, there are proven and profitable ways to partner with like-minded brands

Big Agnes employees are testing 18 products and advocating for access to public lands while hiking 740 miles of the Continental Divide Trail

From limited-edition products to establishing a multi-lingual customer service team, the lightweight collapsible furniture brand is all grown up

Distributing too widely can spell trouble for a vendor’s brick-and-mortar strategy, but pairing up with the right retailers is a match made in sales heaven

What started out as a simple way to keep sleeping bags from rolling off pads has morphed into one of the biggest tent, bag, and pad sellers on the market