List of outdoor industry parent companies

The following list is of outdoor brands that are owned by another entity. The brands listed are those specific to the outdoor sporting goods industry. Parent companies may own other brands that are not listed because those other brands are not marketed as outdoor sporting goods. Companies and brands that are not subsidiaries of another company are not listed here.

Adidas Group (Germany)

Canadian Tire (Canada)[2]

OSSO Outdoor (Spain)

  • 5dedos
  • OS2O

Amer Sports (Finland)

ASICS (Japan)

Black Diamond, Inc (USA)

Blackstone Group (USA)

Cascade Designs (USA)

Columbia Sportswear (USA)

Previous:

  • Montrail (now Columbia Montrail)
  • Moonstone Mountaineering (now defunct)
  • OutDry (now only a Columbia technology)

Confluence Outdoor (USA)

Deckers Outdoor Corporation (USA)

Equip Outdoor Technologies (UK)[5]

Exxel Outdoors

  • Kelty
  • Master Sportsman
  • Sierra Designs
  • Slumberjack
  • Ultimate Direction
  • Tadpool
  • Wenzel
  • x2o

Fenix Outdoor AB (Sweden)

Fiskars (Finland)

Helen of Troy Limited (USA)

  • Hydroflask

Newell Brands through Jarden (USA)

Johnson Outdoors (USA)

  • Cannon
  • Carlisle paddles
  • Eureka! Tent Company
  • Extrasport personal
  • Geonav
  • Humminbird
  • Jetboil
  • Lakemaster (Waypoint Technologies)
  • Minn Kota
  • Necky kayaks
  • Ocean Kayak
  • Old Town
  • Silva (brand name within USA and Canada, as separate from Silva Sweden AB)[12]
  • Tech40

Katadyn (USA)

  • Optimus International AB[13]

Calida Group through Lafuma Group (France)

Conzzeta AG through Mammut Sports Group (Switzerland)

  • Ajungilak
  • Raichle
  • Toko

McNett (USA)

  • Aquamira
  • Gear Aid
  • M Essentials
  • McNett Tactical
  • Outgo

Regent, L.P. (USA)

Terra Nova Equipment (UK)

  • Extremities

VF Corporation (USA)

Vista Outdoor (USA)

Wolverine Worldwide (USA)

See also

References

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  4. "Jack Wolfskin Acquired by Blackstone Group". Outdoor Business Update. SportsOneSource Media. 2011-07-21.
  5. "www.equipuk.com/brands". Official page.
  6. "Fenix Outdoor AB Acquires Brunton from Fiskars Brands". Reuters. Thomson Reuters. 3 December 2009.
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  13. "Fact Sheet" (PDF). Katadyn Group. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2010-12-17. Retrieved 4 August 2011.
  14. "Timberland's Primary Shareholders Approve VF Corp. Merger". Outdoor Business Update. SportsOneSource Media. 2011-07-26. Archived from the original on 2012-09-11. Retrieved 2011-07-29.
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