Urban outdoor and rugged outdoor play a big role in the revised version of Schuster, the famous sports store in downtown Munich, which reopened its doors a few days ago after two years of redecoration and its enlargement from 4,000 to 5,000 square. Run by Rainer Angstl, Schuster is an institution in Munich like Sport Scheck, whose local flagship store is double its size, and it has been one of the first few retail members of the European Outdoor Group. Three floors are dedicated to garments, footwear and equipment for hiking, trekking and other mountain sports, and they include a climbing wall for testing purposes. There are new exclusive lines by Peak Performance, Patagonia, Fjällräven and Houdini. A whole floor is dedicated to women's sports including running, fitness and athleisure. There is no longer any space for tennis, golf, diving or horse -riding. The salespeople have no tablets, but Schuster still has its own online store.