Oversupply and changing leisure trends hit the Korean market

Battered by a mix of structural and incidental issues, the South Korean outdoor market is estimated to have shrunk by at least 20 percent in the last year, encouraging some outdoor brands to adjust their strategies or to move into other sports categories.

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