Announced last month, the mammoth deal has reached the finish line and now Compass Diversified can focus on supporting BOA’s “continued expansion and growth in the years to come.”
Norwegian World Cup alpine ski racer will use Colorado company’s new race wax.
The coronavirus has struck again — this time resulting in the nation’s largest B2B snowsports trade show pivoting to virtual as many large-scale events have done since about mid-March. Other big industry stories this week came from The North Face, Faction Skis and other brands. Here’s our roundup of the most important snowsports business news for Oct. 12-16.
The new Volt + is the result of evaluating more than 20 million combinations.
Already a ubiquitous helmet and goggle brand on ski slopes around the world, Smith is elevating its profile even further by re-entering the race market — and the company has bolstered its return by inking a pair of key partnerships.
The avalanche safety program, which incentivizes consumers to retire their outdated beacons, enters its final season
BarryHeart 3.4 with improved sound quality in alternative search mode, optimized battery support and software update now available.
Emily Rach, Jeff Reimann and their team will represent the OR brand in the brand’s Midwest territory.
Available in ski shops Fall 2020 athletes will be able to purchase the brand new SWIX Triac 4.0 Aero — the most recent evolution in Nordic racing poles.
SWIX US enters the 2020-2021 season having signed the largest number of U.S. ski team athletes in recent history.