A father-son duo is stepping into the footwear market, with a pulsating sneaker meant to increase circulation for diabetic patients, travelers and athletes.
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As Sports Authority limps toward the finish line, vendors like Nike could get less than five cents for every dollar of gear the defunct retailer brought on in the weeks before it slipped into bankruptcy.
A specialty leather boot brand stomped into Cherry Creek last week.
The natural grocer is shutting down nine stores nationwide, including two in Colorado, as it struggles with lower sales.
Crescent Moon Snowshoes has been hard at work for two years making a foam snowshoe that kicks up the comfort a few notches.
Denver International Airport has landed one of the area’s prominent sellers of western wear for an exhibit celebrating Colorado’s frontier legacy.
A LoHi shirt and suit maker busting at the seams is about to slip into an office with a little more breathing room.
The complaints filed last week mark the first time former employees have become the target of the defunct retailer’s legal ire.
A Denver skateboard manufacturer has switched on its new shop and retail location, where it can crank out more than 35,000 skateboards a year.
It’s game on for a new 16th Street Mall arcade.