Did Nike stop making snowboard boots?


Did Nike stop making snowboard boots?

Last week, Nike confirmed that they’re getting completely out of the ski and snowboard industries. The big announcement came at the exact same time that their 2014/15 line of snowboard boots and outerwear was arriving in retail locations.

Why did Nike get out of snowboarding?

Nike has announced that it will be closing down its snowboarding business, according to the Oregonian. The company explained the move in a brief statement: “Nike SB will focus its innovation, design, and marketing resources on its biggest brand driver and growth opportunity, skateboarding.

Does Nike make snowboard?

Nike SB Winter Competition Kit: Innovative Snowboard and Ski Uniforms Unveiled. February 05, 2014 – Made for movement, the Nike SB Winter Competition Kit provides superior on-the-mountain performance.

Are Nike snowboard boots true to size?

Nike SB snowboard boots fit true to size, straight out of the box. There is no need to go up or down a half size – just choose your normal shoe size. Follow our expert help and advice on how to buy snowboard boots online.

Is Burton owned by Nike?

The company, whose flagship store is in Burlington, Vermont, is privately owned: by Jake Burton Carpenter (also known as Jake Burton), until his death in 2019, and by his wife, Donna Carpenter, who has been active in the business since 1983.

Does Nike make skis?

But fast forward to 2014 and Nike announced that they were pulling out of skiing due to “reported growth in every key area except its action sports division” but would still honor athlete contracts until they were done. No ski boot had ever appeared, though plenty of photoshops did…

Is Burton going out of business?

In 2020, Arcadia went into administration, putting the Burton brand up for sale; in February 2021, Boohoo.com acquired the brand from its administrators.

Who owns Burton now?

Privately held and owned by Jake and his wife, Burton President Donna Carpenter, Burton’s headquarters are in Burlington, Vermont with offices in Austria, Japan, Australia, California, Canada and China. For more information, visit www.burton.com.