Kathmandu Holdings is a global outdoor and action sports company, consisting of three iconic brands: Kathmandu, Rip Curl and Oboz

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No later than 3 April 2020
Half Year Result Announcement
Nov 2020
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Kathmandu Holdings

A Certified B Corp, Kathmandu was founded in 1987 in New Zealand and specialises in quality clothing and equipment for travel and adventure. Oboz, which became part of the group in 2018, is based in North America and designs ‘True to the Trail®’ outdoor footwear to help people explore the wilderness. Rip Curl, acquired in 2019, is a leading global surf brand born in Bells Beach, Australia in 1969.

With a shared focus on expertly designed, technical and sustainable products, all three brands are distributed through wholesale, retail and digital channels.

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Kathmandu

As Australasia’s leading outdoor adventure brand, Kathmandu is driven to inspire and equip the adventurer in all of us. Its gear is designed, tested, and adapted in New Zealand, where wild coastlines and snow-capped mountains breed innovation and the hunger to explore. At Kathmandu, everyone from product designers to store team members echo the belief that adventure begins when you pack your bag.
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Rip Curl

Rip Curl is a company for, and about, the crew on The Search. The products that Rip Curl makes, the events they run, the riders they support and the people they reach globally, are all part of The Search that Rip Curl is on. Built by surfers for surfers, Rip Curl has been the market leader in surfing for over 50 years.
Rip Curl… the Ultimate Surfing Company.
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Oboz

Born in the epic surrounds of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, the Oboz ‘True to the Trail’ ethos was shaped by the call of the wild and underpins its success as a source for high-quality outdoor footwear. Each pair passes through the hands of 140 experts before they reach the customer, making all the difference between ‘good’ and ‘great’. It may be harder to hand-build footwear this way, but it’s the right way.
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