- NEWS BRIEFS. // SGB;Sep2005, Vol. 38 Issue 9, p21
Presents news briefs on the sporting goods industry in the U.S. as of September 2005. Introduction of a specialty footwear and accessories concept by Pacific Sunwear of California; Launch of magazine advertisements and billboards by Malden Mills emphasizing its expertise in offering fiber...
- Maiden Mills Wins Military Contracts. Rodie, Janet Bealer // Textile World;Oct2004, Vol. 154 Issue 10, p12
Malden Mills Industries Inc. has received contracts worth $21 million to provide Polartec garments to the United States Armed Forces. The funding, awarded under the 2005 Defense Appropriations bill, includes $1.5 million for continued research and development of electronic textiles to be used in...
- Phoenix from the ashes. // WSA: Performance & Sports Materials;Sep/Oct2014, Vol. 20 Issue 5, p28
The article focuses on how Aaron Feuerstein, chief executive officer and founder of polartec-maker Malden Mills Industries Inc., earn the nickname 'the mensch of Malden Mills.' His firm was burnt by fire in 1995 and he paid the workers' slaries until the company was rebuilt. The company...
- Malden Mills focuses on product range. // WSA: Performance & Sports Materials;Mar/Apr2005, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p44
This article reports on the display of the Body Mapping by Malden Mills Industries Inc. at the Outdoor Retailer Expo. With the product, within a single panel on a garment, they can adjust the weight, the bulk the breathability and the stretch. The concept is used in Patagonias Regulator R1.5...
- Outdoor clothing with a green twist. // Geographical (Geographical Magazine Ltd.);Sep2006, Vol. 78 Issue 9, p100
The article reports on the fabric developed by Malden Mills Industries from recycled polyester. The new Polartec Power Dry fabric is made from 50 per cent recycled polyester fibres and the whole lot is completely recyclable. Patagonia is one of the first outdoor clothing companies to make use of...
- Stride Rite Buying Saucony. Ryan, Thomas J. // SGB;Jul2005, Vol. 38 Issue 7, p14
Reveals that sporting goods company Stride Rite Corp. agreed to enter into a definitive agreement to acquire Saucony Inc. Value of the acquisition agreement; Remarks from Saucony President and CEO John Fisher about the deal; Information on Stride Rite.
- SCHOOL OF Fashion. Johnson, Lynda M. // Kiwi;Sep/Oct2007, p52
The article evaluates several eco-friendly clothes and shoes for students including cotton stripe rugby shirt by Uniqlo, organic cotton sweater by Indigenous Designs and Sperry Topsider shoes by Stride Rite.
- Blurring the Lines. Powell, Matt // SGB;Aug2007, Vol. 40 Issue 8, p6
The article states that Nike, Inc. will open mall-based retail stores in order to use owned-retail business to reach the goal of $23 billion in sales by the year 2011. The article also states that the acquisition of manufacturer Stride Rite by shoe retailer Payless has created an unusual...
- Malden puts FoxFibre into fabrics. McCurry, John // Textile World;May94, Vol. 144 Issue 5, p31
Reports on Malden Mills Industries' The Glen Street Studio's introduction of FoxFibre into its spring collection of jacquard velvet upholstery fabrics. Features of FoxFibre.