Marmot London Retail store NOW OPENadded Jun/2012, see all Marmot news & reviews
Product news by Marmot
Just a few weeks ahead of the Olympic Games taking place in London, outdoor manufacturer Marmot has opened its second European Flagship Store at Westfield Stratford City. Situated to the North East of London, the centre is a key strategic retail location as a result of its scale, exceptional public transport links, and fantastic position adjacent to the London Olympic Park.
The Marmot store is on “The Street”, an outdoor boulevard that is one of the main access routes through the centre site, and the gateway to the Olympic Games in 2012.
Andy Schimeck, Managing Director of Marmot Mountain Europe, commented on the new London store: “The UK is one of our key territories. With our new store, we can showcase the depth and breadth of the collection and illustrate Marmot's brand values to our British customers.”
Marmot Collection on Display
All areas of the Marmot collection will be represented over the 160 square meter store. This will include men's and women's technical mountain styles, in-depth multi-sport offering, sportswear, urban tech styles, complete children's line, and highlights from the extensive equipment and accessory range.
Limited Edition Charity Shirts
To coincide with the opening event, Marmot has launched a limited edition Marmot Store London Shirt. These 100% organic cotton t-shirts for men, women and children fulfill the GOTS standard and are only available in-store. A proportion of the revenue from their sales will be donated to the Prince's Trust which supports young people in various ways.
Marmot Store London
136 The Street
Westfield Stratford City
London E20 1EN
Tel.: 0208 5341207
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