The European Outdoor Group will present the results of a comprehensive study of the role of its OutDoor show to the association's members tomorrow, asking them to make a decision on the next stage to be taken on this important project. The EOG declined to say anything about the results of the study ahead of the meeting, except that the overwhelming majority of the 312 participants in the survey consider the show to be a vital part of the outdoor sector in Europe. As previously reported, Oberalp is staying out of the show this time, except for its Wild Country brand of climbing products, which will use the opportunity to present a line of shoes developed with Michelin soles. The management of the show tells us that all the other major players in the outdoor sector will still be there in the next few days with their own stands.