"We're focused on building the No. 1 digital active brand. This definitely requires a physical presence.... Doing things in real life definitely works and unlocks markets online." —Outdoor Voices founder Tyler Haney
As of now, the retailer has seven brick-and-mortar locations spread throughout California, New York, Colorado, and Texas (it's come a lot way since J.Crew "knighted" the then-one-year-old company in 2014). But thanks to a successful round of Series C funding (like $34 million successful) following former J.Crew heavyweight Mickey Drexler signing on as chairman in 2017, Outdoor Voices might be setting up (color-blocked) shop in a city near you soon. "We're focused on building the No. 1 digital active brand," Outdoor Voices founder Tyler Haney told CNBC. "This definitely requires a physical presence.... Doing things in real life definitely works and unlocks markets online." CNBC reported Outdoor Voices plans to open five more stores by the end of 2018.
Furthermore, Haney plans to expand the website this year with shopping verticals targeted at different types of workouts. "We are a true activity and sports company. We really want to focus our assortment, instead of relying on [so many] legging options," Haney said. "I think a lot of the shopping experience can get complicated when you're not sure what to choose for what activity."
In other words, no matter what "things" you're "doing," Outdoor Voices will ensure that you're outfitted to the soft-hued nines.
In other (exciting!) apparel-shopping news: You will soon be able to shop cool-girl brand Sweaty Betty at this department store. Plus, here's how to turn your cropped sweatshirt into your most stylish #OOTD.
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