Mountain Warehouse relocates to larger store at Gloucester Quays
Outdoor retailer Mountain Warehouse is to relocate from its existing store into a larger space at South West outlet and dining destination, Gloucester Quays.
Due to launch this summer, the new 7,000 square foot outlet store will be triple the size of the brand’s existing unit.
The dual-frontage space will also house the fashion and lifestyle brand, Animal, which was acquired by Mountain Warehouse in 2021.
It will stock Animal’s range of coastal, lifestyle fashion, as well as Mountain Warehouse’s selection of outdoor clothing and equipment, designed for activities such as hiking, camping, skiing, cycling, running and fitness. Products on offer will include womenswear and menswear, as well as footwear and equipment such as tents, sleeping bags, and backpacks.
The new store will be adjacent to Levi’s and near to a recently launched Puma shop.
Mountain Warehouse currently operates over 350 stores internationally.
Mark Neale, founder of Mountain Warehouse, said: “Gloucester Quays has been the perfect home for our brand, so we are thrilled to announce this significant upsize within the destination. We are committed to providing specialist, top-quality products at great prices for lovers of the outdoors, and our new, bigger and better store will allow us to keep doing so at a first-rate level for our loyal Gloucester Quays customers.
The news follows openings by Next and Timberland at Gloucester Quays earlier this year,
Paul Carter, asset director at Peel L&P, said: “The recommitment of a top UK retailer in Mountain Warehouse to Gloucester Quays is a huge vote of confidence in the quality of the offer that we have curated here, as yet another retailer opting to upsize within the destination following the success of an existing store. We look forward to seeing Mountain Warehouse continue to go from strength to strength, providing their already established customer base with even more choice than before.”
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