Snow and Rock Arc'teryx Shop In Londonadded Aug/2013, see all Snow and Rock Arc'teryx Shop news & reviews
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Snow+Rock is proud to be partnering with world's leading outdoor brand Arc'teryx, to open their first stand-alone store in Europe. This exciting new store opened today in St Martin's Courtyard in London's Covent Garden
Covent Garden is a mecca for outdoor enthusiasts and St Martin's Courtyard is a unique and stylish shopping and dining destination in the heart of this vibrant shopping district. The St Martin's Courtyard development has created a prestigious pedestrian shopping area linking Long Acre and Seven Dials, adjacent to Snow+Rock's existing Mercer Street store.
Arc'teryx has built a reputation as an innovator in the outdoor industry. Renowned for their impeccable fit, cutting edge fabrics and meticulous attention to detail, Arc'teryx create products that enhance performance in the outdoors. Having introduced Arc'teryx to the UK in 2000, and helped grow the Canadian brand to where it is today, it was only natural that Snow+Rock was chosen as their partner to open a store in the UK.
Neil Bradley, Regional Commercial Director EMEA at Arc'teryx commented: "We're thrilled to continue the rollout of Arc'teryx within the UK. There's a growing, loyal following for the brand and this partner-store is a new way for us to make more Arc'teryx products available to our consumers whilst also allowing us to give more of a flavour of what the brand stands for. To do this together with one of our retail partners is also very satisfying; we are really dedicated to working together with our customers to build our joint business."
The new Arc'teryx brand store is now open with a comprehensive range of new season product covering Ski Touring, Mountaineering, Alpine Climbing and Hiking.
Arc'teryx. 9 Mercer Street, St Martin's Courtyard, London WC2H 9QJ
Find out more at www.snowandrock.com
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