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REALTREE ACTIVEWEAR FALL 2017 WOMEN'S COLLECTIONS BY COLOSSEUM

Outdoors enthusiast want their activewear to enhance their performance while providing a flattering fit that reflects their love for the outdoors. Colosseum has answered this demand with its lineup of Fall 2017 Realtree activewear. The new line includes an assortment of apparel offerings that show off a stylish Realtree design in attractive offerings built to last. 

 

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SPORTING GOODS SHOPPER behaviors All Retailers Need to Know About

An extensive study from the National Sporting Goods Association tells a lot about the habits of sporting goods shoppers in the U.S. Shopper Playbook – Insights into the Sporting Goods Shopper, used information from 1600 sporting goods shoppers and 3600 in-store observations to assist retailers in growing their businesses. Here are some of the key takeaways.

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Grace in LA Introduces Realtree Denim Camo Shirts

With clothing featuring innovative embellishments, vintage motifs and modern washes, Grace in LA is all about an edgy West Coast attitude and great-looking denim with just the right amount of detail. A Realtree partner since 2016, the unique brand has merged its fashion-forward styling with a trendy outdoors appeal, making its denim a top choice for those living the outdoors lifestyle.

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BMX Biking Gaining Popularity Past 3 Years

The American bicycle market is estimated at $6.2 billion USD, with approximately 17.4 million unit sales of bicycles in 2015, according to Statista. Bicycling (road, mountain and BMX) is the second favorite outdoor activity among America's youth and adults alike. According to the Outdoor Foundation's Outdoor Recreation Participation Topline Report 2017, nearly 46 million bicyclists ages 6 and older made 2.5 billion outings in 2016.

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Realtree Kid's Camo Footwear for fall 2017

 

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144 Million Americans Participated in Outdoor Activities in 2016

Nearly half of Americans (48.6%) participated in at least one outdoor activity in 2016, according to the Outdoor Foundation's Outdoor Recreation Participation Topline Report 2017. The study also discovered overall participation increased slightly, up 0.2% from 2015. In all, 144 million Americans made 11 billion outdoor outings in 2016.

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