The 24,779 square-foot store includes an 18,750 square-foot storefront, as well as an adjacent 6,029 square-foot space, and features a new retail concept that prioritizes the company’s outdoor activity offerings.
In April, Volcom was sold by Kering to a pool of investors including the US brand’s management. It has ambitious plans for the future, as Todd Hymel, CEO of Volcom’s new owner Liberated Brands, told FashionNetwork.com.
REI is entering its latest effort to support environmental activism, with the launch of Uncommon Path, a new print magazine dedicated to environmental and outdoor journalism, published by Hearst Magazines.
The outdoor apparel and equipment retailer reported record-breaking annual net sales of $2.78 billion for fiscal 2018 on Tuesday and announced a series of initiatives aiming to promote equipment re-use in 2019.