Inside Outdoor Fall 2018

The digital issue of Inside Outdoor Fall 2018 is now available for online viewing and download…


IO Fall 2018 Reports:

(12) On Demand Adventure – By Gerald Baldino
The Lyfx adventure app is a way for retailers to leverage their local

(16) Four Ways AI is Solving Seasonal Hiring Challenges – By Chris Collins

(18) ‘Conversation Starter’ – By Gerald Baldino
CEP Compression finds success with new in-store displays

(20) Next Year Starts Now – By Ritchie Sayner
Inventory and operations planning for a prosperous 2019

(22) Talking ‘Made in USA’ with Barry Barr

(24) Going Back to ‘Cali – By Gerald Baldino
Sierra Designs returns to the Golden State to produce its California Collection

(28) Colors of Sustainability – By Lou Dzierzak
Outdoor brands redefining business disciplines

(34) The Tale of Two Holidays – By Martin Vilaboy
2018 Holiday Forecast & Gift Guide

(40) The Yoga Bloom – By Glenna B. Musante
Trends, surprises and evolving demand

IO Regulars:

(44) F/W 2019 Product Market Showcase

(6) Editor’s Letter

(8) Data Points

(10) Rep News & Notes

(32) CORDURA Curated

(58) Ad index

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