Two different retailers share insights into how they approach the pricing of pre-loved items, with tips for any brand thinking of adopting resale.
E-Mobility supplier Rebike Mobility’s recipe for resale success in the cycling industry, with digitalization and automation.
The secondhand retailer must balance seller and buyer when it comes to pricing. Reverse.Supply CEO explains how they find the right price.
Pricing expert Robert Tinterov discusses the difficulties and opportunities of pricing goods for resale in the sports industry.
Seven ways brands can make kid’s clothes last longer (and utilize the growth potential and income streams of the circular economy too)
2023-10-02T12:15:00+01:00By Outdoor Industry Compass Editorial Team
Smartwool, a U.S. manufacturer of Merino wool products for active living and part of VF Corp., and ThredUp, one of the largest online resale platforms for apparel, footwear and accessories, today announced Second Cut™ Resale, a program that allows customers to shop used women’s and children’s apparel and accessories at ...
2023-10-17T12:31:00+01:00Sponsored by GORE-TEX
Our interview explores Gore’s commitment to extending product life, consumer education campaigns, and the newly launched GORE-TEX Gear Tour.
Consumers and legislation are demanding a right to repair, but it’s not so simple for brands. We look at how some are overcoming the challenges.
Is your business ready for rentals? We look at how to overcome common concerns and obstacles and access the potential $700 billion rental market
Delving into the EU’s textile waste dilemma, we lay out exactly how your brand can help and how textile recycling will pay off financially too.
We look at what textile recycling is not and share some brands that are moving the outdoor and sporting goods industries in the right direction.
2022-11-24T14:10:00+00:00By Nin Castle
It’s no secret that waste represents a huge problem in the apparel industry, but what is less understood is the potential untapped resource such waste represents. SaaS technologies are looking to digitize, connect, and scale global textile-to-textile recycling, connecting fashion brands and manufacturers with waste handlers and recyclers and build ...
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2023-10-17T12:31:00+01:00Sponsored by Polartec
Polartec has upgraded two of its most iconic existing product platforms, setting a new standard for sustainability in functional fabrics.
2023-10-17T12:31:00+01:00Sponsored by OrthoLite
Discover the world’s first biodegradable and industrially compostable comfort and performance foam technology for footwear
2023-09-27T15:35:00+01:00Sponsored by Sympatex
The outdoor industry is being called upon to drastically reduce its carbon footprint. Sympatex shows which adjustments can already be made today.
From designing for circularity to engaging with conscious users, here’s what you can expect to find at the Sustainability Hub at ISPO Munich 2023.
With performance and scale both large barriers, what can the eyewear sector do to become circular?
2022-11-08T13:43:00+00:00By Ohana Public Affairs
The European Commission is changing the rules of the game for players in the textile sector. Are you ready?
2022-11-07T11:13:00+00:00By Diana Born
We explain the opportunities for your company to engage with circularity and explore you some successful examples.
Often held up as one of the best examples of sustainable business in the outdoor industry, we look at how Patagonia is incorporating circularity.
2023-06-15T12:34:00+01:00By Anne Zeller
A membrane that is waterproof, windproof, breathable, PFAS-free, biodegradable and recyclable. The science is already here. Dimpora’s CEO explains.
2022-11-08T10:01:00+00:00By Claudia Klingelhöfer
Puma’s Anne-Laure Descours is honest and optimistic about what needs to change. Read her interview on circularity in the apparel business.
2022-11-07T11:18:00+00:00By Cira Riedel
What would a truly circular world look like? GreenroomVoice explores how imagining such a world shows us the action needed to get there.