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Owing to the increase in partnership activities of the major players in the Shoe Sole Materials industry over the projected period, North America accounted for the $xxx million share of the Shoe Sole Materials market shoe soles in 2022

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Shoe sole material industry North America: United States, Canada and Mexico.
Shoe sole material industry South and Central America: Argentina, Chile and Brazil.
Shoe sole material industry Middle East and Africa: Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Turkey, Egypt and South Africa.
Shoe sole material industry Europe: UK, France, Italy, Germany, Spain and Russia.
Shoe sole material industry Asia Pacific: India, China, Japan, South Korea, Indonesia, Singapore and Australia.

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Made in Italy (via Memphis): Jaren Jackson Jr. on launching a line in Pitti and promoting NBA style Wed, 15 Jun 2022 20:20:34 +0000

We are used to seeing peacocks at Pitti. But the Grizzlies? Not really. So it was fun today to meet the NBA’s Jaren Jackson Jr., who is in Florence to launch a 33-piece fashion capsule featuring the Mauna Kea. For those unaware of this brand (full disclosure: I was one of them too until today) Mauna Kea is an Italian surf-inspired label founded in 1988 that has thrived for a some time – you can still find his vintage Patagonia-on- ’90s acid fleece pieces online, before becoming as inert as the Hawaiian volcano it’s named after. It was revived in 2018 by Florentine entrepreneur Felix Vannucci. In the four decades since the Mauna Kea’s first incarnation, what was once called “surfwear” has evolved, primarily through the pioneering work of Shawn Stussy, to become a central part of the source code for contemporary streetwear: Vennucci applies those salty, analog-satisfying codes via a Made in Italy process to great effect.

That’s what duly caught the attention of Memphis Grizzlies forward Jackson Jr., who is fresh off a season in which he averaged 16.3 points per game. Here are some edited highlights from our conversation about how this collab came about, the very particular pant shape he chose, and the bold masculine temperament he favors when off the court.

So it’s been in development since before the pandemic?

Jaren Jackson Jr: Yeah! And it all started when my stylist Toni Lowe bought me a piece; I didn’t know where it came from at the time, but I loved it. It was this jacket and hoodie set. The fit was great. So I’ve worn it a lot, and I’ve been seen wearing it, and the brand has reached out to me to say they appreciate me wearing it. And the relationship started from there.

I never would have thought then that it would lead to this. But once it started I was really happy and wanted to see where we could go. What I really appreciated was the degree of control I had over everything: they always wanted feedback and they always wanted me to tell them what I wanted. And I was so ready to tell them! There were so many photos I had on my phone and things I saw over the years that inspired me. And this collection is all those ideas, all those conversations together. And when I got here, I was nervous because I hadn’t seen him. But I’m blown away.

Photo: Dominique Oliveto / Courtesy of Mauna Ke

Photo: Dominique Oliveto / Courtesy of Mauna Kea

A detail that is obvious is that you have opted for a flared trouser shape with a fairly generous volume, both in cargo trousers and in jersey. It’s a bold move…

Egyptian Karim Dash’s plan for healthy travel nutrition Tue, 14 Jun 2022 04:46:00 +0000

Through his official Instagram account, Karim Dash posted an instructional video, explaining the best way to eat healthy while traveling. During the video, Karim explained how to count the calories the body needs, depending on the weight and height of each person, and how to divide the calories into meals in such a way as to give the body the nutritional components it needs. need from proteins, fats and others. The video received great positive interactions.

Receiving the American NASM (National Academy of Sports Medicine) certificate, encouraged Dash to provide motivational and educational fitness contentfood and nutrition through his official account on Instagram, which received acceptance and positive reactions from the public. Therefore, Dash used his entrepreneurial skills to invest in his own business, the “Dash Fitness” and “Dash Merch” brands.

Via the “Dash Fitness” page on Instagram, Karim publishes the results of the people he trainssemphasizing that with proper nutrition program and the right exercises, anyone can achieve good results in a short time. In addition, its “Dash Merch” brand features sportswear suitable for professionals.

Karim Dash is a young Egyptian business consultant and fitness trainer who received his bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the American University in Cairo (AUC).

Karim started his career at Unilever and Lafargeholcimbusinesses, and he quickly developed and established his business skills until he became a business consultant with Bain & Company Dubai at this young age. Bain & Company Dubai is one of the top three management consulting firms in the world. Karim Dash used his entrepreneurial skills to invest in his own business, where he launched the “Dash Fitness” brand, through which he pioneered successful nutrition programs for athletes. Later, Karim launches the “Dash Merch” brand to produce sportswear suitable for professionals.

Karim Dash has presented himself as a face for brands, as he has participated in the WE advertising campaign in 2021, in addition to his participation in many events, the most important of which is TEDx Talk.

Balmain Unicorn Luxury Sneaker Release Date Sat, 11 Jun 2022 16:10:29 +0000

Over the past 50 years, some of the world’s most influential luxury brands have launched casual footwear to complement their often uncomfortable formal offerings. As high fashion and sportswear continue to mingle, brands have ditched “safe” and classic designs for experimental designs that almost invite head-scratching and eyebrow-raising. Example ? : The Balmain Unicorn.

At a glance, the newly-launched silhouette looks like the type of 3D mockups that flood some designers’ Instagram feeds, given their exaggerated shape and detailing, and allegedly subpar functionality. Yet the series of sharp design lines, the unconventional layout of the lacing system and the fragmented sole take inspiration from both the cigarette speedboats and the archives of the French house. Eight different molds work in tandem to compose the Unicorn, while shock-absorbing underfoot padding offers a multi-section solution that propels the footwear industry forward. Balmain’s lion’s head motif appears on the upper, allowing the brand name to stamp the tongue and side profiles of the “midsole”. Together, each component of Olivier Rousteing’s Spring/Summer 2022 offering creates a unique look worthy of the “Unicorn” association.

Enjoy product shots of three upcoming launch colorways and find pairs available at, among other select retailers.

For more sneaker info, check out the Air Jordan 1 Reimagined “Chicago” set to launch in October.

The Best Gifts for Teens – SheKnows Fri, 10 Jun 2022 14:48:56 +0000

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Buying gifts for teens can be a daunting task. After all, they’re no longer happy with Matchbox cars and plastic dinosaurs – and when it comes to clothes, there’s no need to buy what you like from the kids’ section anymore; they now have their own brand preferences and an individual sense of style. Yet the simple act of throwing money or a gift card at them can feel boring and generic, like you haven’t put in the effort or thought.

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Luckily, I happen to have valuable insight into teenagers’ wish lists: I live with 3 of them (plus a 10-year-old who think he’s a teenager). They may not always be happy to help me (drag the trash cans on the sidewalk?! Bruhhh), but they were thrilled when I asked for their help (and that of their perpetually hanging out friends) in putting together this guide to the best gifts for teens. Because, as they say, they don’t want their peers to get something “lame”.

Yes, teenagers are slightly more expensive than little ones, and like their slang vocabulary, their preferences can change in no time. But these gift ideas are things teens actually want — according to the teens who actually want them.

Myntra EORS 16 expected to serve 50 lakh buyers between June 11-16 Wed, 08 Jun 2022 07:16:32 +0000

Bengaluru, Jun 8 (IANS) Myntra has announced that its 16th edition of bi-annual EORS, the biggest fashion event in India is coming for millions of fashion lovers in the country and the company is gearing up to serve more than 50 lakh buyers.

The event, which will be held from June 11 to 16, will be bigger than previous releases, featuring the largest-ever collection of 14 lakh styles from over 5,000 brands. It is poised to deliver unprecedented offerings across fashion, lifestyle, beauty, personal care and home categories, reaching out to more than 50 lakh unique customers across the country, with a expected increase in demand of more than 3 times the BAU and a 26% increase in traffic compared to the previous July edition.

“The 16th edition, like all successive editions, will be bigger on all fronts, be it brands, selections or styles, making it a merry 6-day carnival for all aficionados of the fashion and beauty,” said Nandita Sinha, CEO. , Myntra, said in a statement.

“The event is also an opportunity for Myntra to give a boost to the fashion ecosystem, from Kirana store partners, Taavi artisans, small and medium brands and sellers to chain partners. Our constant effort is to take the fashion quotient of the consumers high while helping to weave the future of our ecosystem partners,” added Sinha.

Myntra said it expects over one million new customers, with more than 40% of global traffic coming from Tier 2 and Tier 3 cities and towns. Myntra’s loyal customer base, the “Insiders” , increased by 60% compared to last July’s edition and should drive the event considerably.

The brands have specially curated an extensive selection with a strong focus on summer essentials, Gen-Z trends, beauty and personal care as well as celebrity-led EORS special collections.

First time buyers will receive a Rs 500 discount on their initial transaction, attractive coupons for future use and free delivery for the first 4 orders.

On the payments front, there are also attractive offers from banks, such as ICICI and Axis Bank (NS:), offering 10% instant rebate, while Paytm (NS:) users will enjoy guaranteed cash back on wallet and postpaid transactions.

To meet changing customer needs, Myntra introduced 100 new brands ahead of EORS and increased its style selection by 40% compared to the previous July edition, providing shoppers with a broad catalog of some of the best products in the world. international. and national brands, including D2C brands to choose from. Some of the top brands include bebe, Chumbak Beauty, CR7, Saaki, FreeSoul, L’Oreal Professional Products Division, and Caudalie, among others.

Shoppers can choose from a huge selection of fashion, lifestyle, home decor, beauty and personal care products at competitive prices, from brands such as USPA, Puma, HRX, Biba, Roadster, H&M, Mango , Levi’s, Firebolt, ONLY, Nike (NYSE:), Mothercare, Max and Forever21 among others.

StyleCast, Myntra’s go-to destination for Gen Z shoppers, has grown its offerings 5x since launch to over 35,000 styles, providing the cohort with a one-of-a-kind shopping experience during the event.

Some of the category highlights include activewear, with over 2,000 brands offered at competitive prices, followed by beauty and personal care, offering 1,100 brands with over 53,000 styles and special offers. The brands to watch in this category are, MAC, Maybelline, Lakme, Bath & Body Works, Anastasia Beverly Hills and Kama Ayurveda, among others.

First, Myntra provides access to hundreds of limited, high-value beauty and personal care offers, including Buy One Get One builds and an array of unrivaled offerings. Other categories to look for include men’s casual wear, women’s ethnic wear, women’s western wear, summer essentials, workwear, accessories, beauty and personal care, kids and apparel. sport.

Workwear, as a category, has seen phenomenal demand since April this year, surpassing pre-pandemic levels, due to a major shift towards office work. Anticipating pent-up demand in the category, Myntra expanded workwear offerings from all domestic and international brands, betting big on demand for office-goer complete looks.

During the pre-buzz period, Myntra will offer a unique shopping experience through its M-Live property, to shoppers who are inspired by influencer picks and absorb their content to create styles for themselves.

Myntra’s nationwide network of 21,000 Kirana store partners (MENSA network) will respond to over 19,000 PINs, completing 85% of deliveries and providing crucial support to the last mile delivery process during the event. As part of the omnichannel integration, Myntra will feature more than 300 brands in more than 3,800 stores to help drive sales, which is a significant increase over last year.

This symbiotic model provides Kirana partners with an additional revenue stream, amplified during EORS due to increased demand. The Myntra platform is designed to handle 16,000 orders per minute and 11 lakh concurrent users during peak times.

EORS-16 has created more than 27,500 direct and indirect seasonal employment opportunities, including for 2,000 women and 300 people with disabilities, in warehouses, last mile delivery and contact centers, to meet the increase expected from the request.

Myntra has launched a mega marketing campaign for EORS, with a targeted reach of 250mn, involving movie stars, Hrithik Roshan, Kiara Advani and Siddhant Chaturvedi for 2 commercials, which encapsulate the excitement and joy that a customer feels during the event.

Myntra’s innovative social commerce initiatives will feature over 30 leading international and domestic brands with approximately 750 brand-led live shopping experiences. Around 1,000 live engagement sessions are expected to be hosted by over 2,500 influencers, of which 750 are brand-led on M-Live, Myntra’s live commerce platform, to showcase their products during EORS offerings and will be streamed throughout EORS via M Live, Myntra Studio and Myntra’s social media platforms.



Puma, Tracksmith and Malcolm Gladwell team up for a podcast – WWD Mon, 06 Jun 2022 05:38:56 +0000

Pushkin Industries has teamed up with Tracksmith and Puma for a six-part podcast titled “Legacy of Speed” that highlights the history of San Jose State’s track and field program in the 1960s.

Malcolm Gladwell, best-selling author and avid middle-distance runner, will host the next series. Legendary sprinters Tommie Smith, Lee Evans and John Carlos come from the team. Smith and Carlos won a medal at the 1968 Summer Olympics and as the US national anthem played during their medal ceremony, each man raised a fist covered in black gloves above his head in sign of solidarity with black people and in opposition to racial injustice in the world. Listeners to “Legacy of Speed” will learn how the duo helped pave the way for modern sports activism by protesting.

Noting “how men let the whole world watch how they turn a sporting event into a political statement”, Gladwell pointed out that “nobody did it back then”. He said: “The Olympics were this pristine cathedral of amateurism. There was no politics allowed. There was no money allowed. These guys were like, ‘This is ridiculous. How can we be young black men in 1968, be on the world stage and pretend that political issues are not part of our daily lives? »

The series will be available from June 14 via Apple Podcasts, iHeartRadio, Spotify and other resources. It will include a live episode from the World Championships in Athletics in Eugene, Oregon.

Gladwell, who also hosts the “Revisionist History” podcast, described “Legacy of Speed” as “an incredibly relevant story, as the questions raised by athletes in 1968, ‘What is the right way to protest injustice?’

He continued, “We still struggle with those same issues today. It’s a story set 50 years ago but still feels incredibly contemporary. We just went through the protests of George Floyd, Colin Kaepernick [kneeling in protest during the national anthem at NFL games]San Francisco Giants coach [Gabe Kapler recently] decide to play the national anthem. There are endless versions of this. Telling how this debate started seemed like a really important thing to do.

Tracksmith and Puma provided the money to produce “Speed ​​City”. The investment in Tracksmith was in the six figures, according to founder and CEO Matt Taylor.

Gladwell didn’t need convincing to get on board, having bought racing apparel from the brand for years. So much so that a Tracksmith employee took notice and suggested contacting Gladwell, who later wrote the lyrics and handled the voiceovers for two Tracksmith commercials.

He is also very much in favor of companies stepping in to play a leading role in solving social problems. “I love it. It’s so fantastic. There’s such a void in this country with the disintegration or fragmentation of all these traditional institutions that were talking about this stuff. What’s happening is that brands like Tracksmith say, “We have a role to play. We have an audience. We have a platform and a brand that means something to people. Why don’t we use it to tell important stories?”

Above all, the series explains how to protest something that you consider wrong or that you would like to address. “What’s the best way to make a difference or try to right this wrong?” There are a variety of strategic and tactile choices for you. There is real confusion as to which of these approaches is best,” Gladwell said. “The question we address in ‘Legacy of Speed’ is, ‘Should you boycott or should you participate and speak out?’ These are two radically different approaches with two radically different implications.

Carlos and Williams were working on this problem in 1968 and we continue to do so today, according to Gladwell. “They are incredibly thoughtful pioneers. Harry Edwards is always at the center of these debates,” he said, adding that there is no universal right answer. “Each situation requires its own response.”

There’s more on Speed ​​City to come, according to Taylor. A Speed ​​City-inspired Tracksmith and Puma collaboration is set to release later this year. Having launched Tracksmith in 2014, Taylor said he was not interested in speaking with Puma about its acquisition. When asked if Puma were interested, he replied: “They haven’t – no. That would be news to me.

High-end fashion houses are sprinting to launch sportswear collaborations Sat, 04 Jun 2022 05:51:30 +0000

Models wearing latex suits from Balenciaga and sportswear from adidas may have raised some eyebrows on Wall Street, but last month’s stunt was the latest example of profitable fashion and sportswear collaborations that have is buzzing online.

According to Women’s Wear Daily magazine, searches for “tracksuits” and “Balenciaga” rose 25% after the French brand’s Spring/Summer 2023 show surprised the New York Stock Exchange, while searches for “adidas » increased by 13%.

Balenciaga and adidas’ event comes on the heels of one of the biggest collaborations of the year, as the German sportswear giant also teamed up with Gucci on the fall collections show in February.

The creative director of Italian designer Alessandro Michele, a longtime adidas fan, has artfully fused the brands’ powerful signatures into a collection labeled Exquisite Gucci.

Adidas’ trademark white three stripes complemented Gucci’s signature red and green, as did the interweaving of the two logos (the adidas trefoil and the GG monogram) in a runway collection that’s a classic Michele mix. Think rigorous tailoring and vintage and club culture dresses with sports branding.

The coveted line of accessories includes hats, bags, gloves and boots as well as the famous adidas sneakers – of which Michele is a big fan.

To mark the partnership, the sporty streetwear capsule lands in select Gucci stores around the world, including in the United Arab Emirates and online, on Tuesday, June 7.

It’s a much more summery vision for both men and women, tapping into an athletic vibe that’s been completely gucciified.

Michele draws inspiration from retro tennis and golf looks for dresses, which accompany tracksuits, sports jackets and underwear. The bright colors and geometric branding of the large-scale interlocking logos will delight logomaniacs.

Such collaborations become landmark events and a trendy way to connect luxury names with wider urban fashion fans.

Michael Kors, best known for his city chic and glamorous evening wear, has teamed up with Italian sportswear brand Ellesse to produce a summer capsule dedicated to tennis. A series of ski clothes is in preparation for the fall.

The designs are a luxurious and modern take on retro-athletic styles. Vibrant, sporty and glamorous, they tap into Kors’ memory as a night manager at a tennis club in Long Island, New York in the 1970s before he became a designer.

He remembers women of the time wearing tennis dresses “just to show off their legs rather than playing a game”, paired with a gold watch, diamond earrings and sunglasses.

“Personally, I’ve always been a mediocre tennis player,” Kors said. “But the two sports for me that have always been glamorous, especially when you look at images from the 1970s, were tennis and skiing. Both were part of the hectic life of the jet set. We wore Ellesse in our pro shop [at the tennis club] and did very well. There was this mixture of European glamor with the idea of ​​athleticism. For me, the movement is still very American.

Like the interlocking adidas x Gucci logo, Kors’ MK monogram is reworked in fiery Ellesse brand colors for the printed pattern. The design is emblazoned on vintage-style swimsuits, shorts and backpacks, and elsewhere as an emblem on orange, navy and crisp white track jackets, pants, crop tops and sneakers.

Collaborations are a clever way to merge famous brands to create desirable hybrids. There have been a number of design partnerships for sneakers such as Air Dior and Dior Converse as well as Karl Lagerfeld and Puma.

Balmain produced a limited-edition line of boxing-inspired designs with Puma last fall, and there was the Fenty x Puma collaboration ranging from sneakers to sporty street fashion to the height of the athleisure trend in 2017. .

However, before all of these contemporary collaborations, Stella McCartney’s adidas, which dates back to 2005. Rather than a lifestyle collection, the collaboration with McCartney was all about performance sportswear.

The designer also created the kit for the eye-catching Team GB Olympics in 2016, produced with sustainability in mind.

A model for the Stella McCartney x adidas Agent of Kindness campaign.  Photo: adidas

Last year she created a diversity-friendly outerwear show, and that message of inclusivity also underpins this summer’s Agent of Kindness collection, from brightly colored silhouettes in breathable recycled materials, which is led by American gymnast Nia Dennis.

McCartney says the collection embodies its ambitions “to create exceptional performance apparel that not only looks great, but provides our community with innovative pieces that facilitate high-impact activities.”

Whether these collaborations stay true to the spirit of sportswear or take a brand beyond the track, they all connect to a wider audience who might otherwise only have worn a pair of running shorts for jogging.

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Kanye West’s Yeezus Files for NFT Trademarks Thu, 02 Jun 2022 06:39:41 +0000

One of the world’s most renowned rap artists, Kanye West, has filed 17 trademark applications for his Yeezus brand, indicating a possible move into the NFT space by the artist who has 75 Grammy nominations and has won the award 24 times.

However, the claims, dated May 27, come months after West criticized non-fungible tokens in a now-deleted Instagram post in February. The applications, accessible through the United States Patent and Trademark Office, mention “Non-Fungible Blockchain-Based Collectibles, Assets, Currencies, and Tokens” and “online retail store services featuring downloadable movies, videos, television, music, entertainment, digital art.”

It is not clear if there is an immediate intention to use the marks and how exactly they will be used. Filings are on a 1B basis, which means there is genuine intent to use the marks in the future, but applicants don’t have to specify when that will happen. This contrasts with 1A applications, which are filed when a mark is already in use.

What you should know

  • Adidas Yeezy is a fashion collaboration between German sportswear company Adidas and Kanye West. The collaboration has become notable for its limited-edition premium colorways and general releases offered by the Yeezy Boost sneaker line.
  • The collaboration also produced shirts, jackets, sweatpants, socks, slides, women’s shoes, lingerie, and slippers. The first shoe model (“Boost 750”) was released in February 2015.
  • The patent was filed through West’s Mascotte Holdings. West filed several U.S. federal trademark registration filings for Yeezus late last month.
  • Potential areas of use listed among the repositories include board games, action figures, Christmas tree ornaments, face masks, retail stores, computer products, plush toys, services subscription fees, nail polish, face makeup, video game software, amusement park rides, etc. After.
  • As for the non-fungible tokens, they are mentioned on file alongside other declared goods and services, including (but certainly not limited to) the management of professional performers and athletes.
  • The possible provision and operation of an “online marketplace for buyers of non-fungible blockchain-based collectibles, assets, currencies and tokens is specifically listed.”

While the filings aren’t necessarily indicative of actual plans, these latest developments are of questionable interest, in part due to Ye’s titular comments on the NFT space last year.

$595.13 million in sales expected for Columbia Sportswear (NASDAQ:COLM) this quarter Tue, 31 May 2022 07:01:51 +0000

Wall Street analysts expect Columbia Sportswear (NASDAQ:COLM – Get Rating) to earn $595.13 million in revenue for the current fiscal quarter, Zacks reports. Three analysts released earnings estimates for Columbia Sportswear, with the highest sales estimate at $597.90 million and the lowest estimate at $591.80 million. Columbia Sportswear posted sales of $566.37 million in the same quarter last year, indicating a positive year-over-year growth rate of 5.1%. The company is expected to release its next quarterly results on Monday, January 1.

On average, analysts expect Columbia Sportswear to record annual sales of $3.67 billion for the current fiscal year, with estimates ranging from $3.63 billion to $3.69 billion. For next year, analysts expect the company to post sales of $3.89 billion, with estimates ranging from $3.83 billion to $3.98 billion. Zacks Investment Research sales calculations are an average based on a survey of analysts who cover Columbia Sportswear.

Columbia Sportswear (NASDAQ:COLM – Get Rating) last released its results on Thursday, April 28. The textile maker reported earnings per share of $1.03 for the quarter, beating the consensus estimate of $0.86 by $0.17. Columbia Sportswear had a net margin of 11.19% and a return on equity of 19.34%. The company posted revenue of $761.50 million for the quarter, versus a consensus estimate of $762.88 million. In the same quarter of the previous year, the company made earnings per share of $0.84. The company’s quarterly revenue increased by 21.7% compared to the same quarter last year.

COLM has been the subject of a number of recent research reports. CL King raised shares of Columbia Sportswear to a “buy” rating and set a target price of $117.00 on the stock in a research report on Friday, February 4. downgraded shares of Columbia Sportswear from a “buy” rating to a “hold” rating in a Friday, April 29 research report. Cowen cut his price target on shares of Columbia Sportswear from $116.00 to $100.00 in a Friday, May 13 research report. Cowen cut his price target on shares of Columbia Sportswear from $116.00 to $100.00 in a Friday, May 13 research note. Finally, TheStreet downgraded shares of Columbia Sportswear from a “b” rating to a “c+” rating in a Thursday, April 28 research report. One analyst gave the stock a sell rating, six gave the company a hold rating and three gave the company a buy rating. According to data from MarketBeat, Columbia Sportswear currently has a consensus rating of “Hold” and an average target price of $102.00.

In other Columbia Sportswear news, Director Stephen E. Babson sold 2,568 shares in a trade on Tuesday, May 3. The stock was sold at an average price of $81.14, for a total transaction of $208,367.52. Following the transaction, the administrator now owns 112,627 shares of the company, valued at approximately $9,138,554.78. The transaction was disclosed in a document filed with the Securities & Exchange Commission, accessible via this link. Additionally, director Ronald E. Nelson sold 3,706 shares of the company in a trade on Thursday, May 5. The stock was sold at an average price of $80.16, for a total value of $297,072.96. Following completion of the transaction, the administrator now owns 14,402 shares of the company, valued at approximately $1,154,464.32. The disclosure of this sale can be found here. Company insiders own 40.33% of the company’s shares.

Several institutional investors have recently bought and sold shares of the stock. The Manufacturers Life Insurance Company increased its equity position in Columbia Sportswear by 10.3% during the third quarter. The Manufacturers Life Insurance Company now owns 236,686 shares of the textile maker valued at $22,684,000 after acquiring 22,167 additional shares last quarter. Teacher Retirement System of Texas increased its position in Columbia Sportswear by 31.5% in the fourth quarter. Teacher Retirement System of Texas now owns 7,035 shares of the textile maker worth $685,000 after buying 1,687 additional shares in the last quarter. Pictet Asset Management SA increased its position in Columbia Sportswear by 32.8% in the fourth quarter. Pictet Asset Management SA now owns 464,750 shares of the textile maker worth $45,285,000 after buying an additional 114,671 shares in the last quarter. Aviva PLC increased its position in Columbia Sportswear by 20.7% in the fourth quarter. Aviva PLC now owns 35,769 shares of the textile maker worth $3,485,000 after buying an additional 6,145 shares in the last quarter. Finally, Strs Ohio bought a new position in shares of Columbia Sportswear during the 4th quarter at a value of $1,622,000. 48.65% of the shares are currently held by institutional investors.

Shares of COLM opened at $77.25 on Tuesday. The company has a 50-day moving average of $84.05 and a two-hundred-day moving average of $91.21. The stock has a market capitalization of $4.86 billion, a P/E ratio of 13.92, a PEG ratio of 1.56 and a beta of 0.90. Columbia Sportswear has a 12 month minimum of $70.91 and a 12 month maximum of $107.50.

The company also recently announced a quarterly dividend, which will be paid on Thursday, June 2. Shareholders of record on Thursday, May 19 will receive a dividend of $0.30. This represents an annualized dividend of $1.20 and a yield of 1.55%. The ex-dividend date is Wednesday, May 18. Columbia Sportswear’s payout ratio is 21.62%.

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Columbia Sportswear Company, together with its subsidiaries, designs, sources, markets and distributes outdoor, active and everyday apparel, footwear, accessories and equipment in the United States, Latin America, Asia-Pacific, Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Canada. The company provides clothing, accessories and equipment that are used in various activities, such as skiing, snowboarding, hiking, climbing, mountaineering, camping, hunting, fishing, running , water sports, yoga, golf and adventure travel.

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