September / OCtober 2019 Issue
The Ones to Watch
Retailers Tell Us Which Brands and Categories Are Trending Up.
In search of the next “big thing,” Sports Insight asks retailers what’s currently moving in-store and what’s trending for the future — with a keen focus on fitness, running and outdoor activities. (Read More)
Starting It Up
5 Companies Putting their Own Spin on Sports + Tech.
Here, we put five emerging sport brands under the spotlight. A common theme among all five? Technology, technology, technology. (Read More)
Moving the Needle
The key trends, issues, brands, products and categories impacting the industry.
Fitness + Outdoor Activities Trending Up: Inactivity is an issue for both children and adults in our nation. Yet data shows that across age groups, activity is up in fitness and outdoor based activities.
4 Big Ideas
New Tech & Standards Move the Needle on Sustainability.
When it comes to performance and innovation in the athletic world, textile firms are more often than not at the forefront. Here are four key stories to keep an eye on. (Read More)
“Fair Pay to Play Act” Raises Questions
The collegiate sports licensing industry could be in for a shake-up.
NBA stars LeBron James and Draymond Green support the measure, but 2007 Heisman Trophy winner and current ESPN analyst Tim Tebow hates it.
Premium Craftsmanship Is Key Focus of Soccer Upstart UnoZero.
What’s in a name? For Miami-based UnoZero, it’s all about the rich history of soccer and the game’s greats who have donned the number 10 over the seasons... (Read More)
Ready for the spotlight…
HYPERICE: The recovery and performance technology brand Hyperice makes recovery and mobility devices that are used to relax and loosen muscles, increase circulation and enhance range of motion and flexibility.