Jack Wolfskin reportedly closed down its store on the Rue de Rivoli in Paris, about six years after the company picked the French market as a target for investment in Europe. Sport-guide.com reports that this particular section of the popular shopping street has been under construction for several years, due to the development of a new complex for LVMH, the French luxury group. The Jack Wolfskin store on rue de Rivoli was opened in 2010 and the brand has two others in France, on the outskirts of Paris and in Strasbourg. While the French development plan apparently hasn't worked out well, the German brand is continuing to expand in the U.K., an earlier target market for Jack Wolfskin in Europe. The brand opened its eighth British store in the Liverpool One shopping center in October, expanding its presence in northern England, where it already had stores in Leeds, York and Cheshire Oaks. The company declined to answer questions about the French market.