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A New Sports Apparel Brand for Sneakerheads called Sneakerhabbit is a must-have and the Hoodies are Phenomenal

LOS ANGELES, Calif. -- Founder and CEO of Sneakerhabbit, Leon Fontaine had always dreamt of creating an apparel line for avid lovers of sneakers. Leon has been deeply involved in the fashion industry for years and has worked with renowned iconic brands like Kanye West, Ed Hardy, Saint Laurent, and Giorgio Armani This has kept his passion alive and has been a form of training leading up to the realization of his own dream.

The Coronavirus pandemic shook the lives of people all over the world and Leon's world wasn't left out. He lost an amazing job with Fashion and music icon Kanye West because of the pandemic. Leon discovered that he was ready to follow his long-harbored dream. After dedicating time, money, and several months of research, he exposed a gap in the apparel industry.

He discovered that there was a lack of luxury designs geared towards the sneakerhead culture and that this community was not properly represented in the fashion industry. This find was the match that lit up the Sneakerhabbit flame.

Inspired by other great designers, Sneakerhabbit is a brand that turns tee shirts and hoodies into unique eye-catching pieces that make a statement. Sneakerhabbit creates clothing that every sneaker lover can relate to and apparel that can be worn with sneakers of all shapes, colors, and designs.


Our mission is to build a following of sneakerheads united in fashion, who are not afraid to show off their love for sneakers while living their best lives.

We have created a collection of sneakers-related high-quality graphic images printed on high-quality materials. All Sneakerhabbit pieces are essential wears made to stand the test of time and transcend seasons. We remain consistent and uncompromising in style, design, and quality.

Using bold, edgy, exciting, urban, and classy images we tell the story of our love for sneakers and create apparels that are an effortless addition to every sneakerhead's wardrobe. When you think Sneakerhabbit, think confident, bold, edgy, creative, think freedom of expression, and exclusive clothes that let you go out and live your best life!

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Stack Sports and Augusta Partner to Take the Pain Out of Team Uniform Ordering

AUGUSTA, Ga. -- Stack Sports, the largest and fastest-growing provider of sports technology, today announced that they will partner with Augusta Sportswear to simplify the uniform ordering and fulfillment process for millions of sports families.

Today Stack Sports serves about 1 in 3 athletes playing sports in the United States through one of their core technologies and this unparalleled reach combined with the quality products of Augusta will allow them to bring a new, simpler approach to buying uniforms for parents.

"Especially during this period where sports can play such a key role in reconnecting all of us, we are excited to partner with Stack Sports to create better youth sports experiences and deliver on our mission of inspiring physically fit lifestyles, healthy families, and connected communities," said Dave Elliott, CEO of Augusta Sportswear Brands.

Augusta Sportswear Brands is best known for its leading brands such as Russell Athletic, Holloway, Augusta Sportswear, High Five, and Pacific Headwear. With a portfolio that offers over 75,000 SKUs across over 20 sports, Augusta Sportswear Brands is the largest youth sports apparel company in the U.S.

"Stack Sports is excited to partner with Augusta Sportswear to transform how teams find uniforms. Both Stack Sports and Augusta share a passion for making life easier for volunteers, coaches and administrators. It is that commitment and Augusta's commitment to quality apparel that will lead to solving real challenges for clubs and leagues," said Jeff Brunsberg, Chief Revenue and Strategy Officer, Stack Sports.

As the youth sports industry continues to recover from COVID-19, this collaboration represents a steep change in the way team apparel is ordered. Building Augusta Sportswear into the registration technology as a part of this partnership will create significant time savings that allow those organizations to focus on what matters most- great youth sports experiences.

About Augusta Sportswear

Augusta Sportswear Brands is a leading designer, manufacturer and marketer of high-performance uniforms, training apparel and fan wear for teams, coaches, athletes, and fans. Made up of five brands, Augusta Sportswear, Holloway, Russell Athletic, Pacific Headwear and High Five, all driven by a simple mission to inspire a physically fit lifestyle, creating more healthy families and connected communities everywhere they operate.

About Stack Sports

With nearly 50 million users in 35 countries, Stack Sports is a global technology leader in SaaS platform offerings for the sports industry. The company provides world-class software and services to support national governing bodies, youth sports associations, leagues, clubs, parents, coaches, and athletes. Some of the largest and most prominent sports organizations, including the U.S. Soccer Federation, Little League Baseball and Softball, and Pop Warner Little Scholars, rely on Stack Sports technology to run and manage their organizations. Stack Sports is headquartered in Dallas and is leading the industry one team at a time focusing on three key pillars -- Play, Improve, and Engage.

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Epix Gear Launches Made in the USA Custom-Designed Sports Apparel

GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. -- Colorado-based sports apparel company, Epix Gear, has announced the re-shoring of their apparel production with the opening of a made in the USA facility in Tempe, Arizona.

The newly-established venture named Race Rabbit Manufacturing will produce the full range of custom-designed apparel Epix offers, including triathlon, cycling, and running styles.

"Epix has produced in China since 2009. We made the decision to move production back to the US as the business landscape has changed and US production is now a good choice for small, niche manufacturers," said Jarek Barc, President at Epix Gear. "Through moving our production, we are supporting new jobs and growth in the local economy. It's a move that resonates with our clients."

Barc added: "US manufacturing is cost competitive for a specific product range and requirements. When it comes to custom-designed performance sports apparel in small or even individual order quantities, we've found that there is no longer a relevant cost advantage to offshore production."

Epix Gear is a family-owned and operated brand that creates custom-designed apparel for teams, coaches, events, universities, organizations, as well as individual athletes. The Race Rabbit facility imports only the raw materials for production, such as fabrics and trims, mostly from Italy. All assembly is done in-house with fully-integrated sublimation printing, laser cutting, stitching and packaging.

"The new facility is specifically designed for the new custom apparel landscape. Our US production will allow unparalleled flexibility and speed," said Barc. "With our partnership with Race Rabbit, Epix can expand it's ability to offer an even more personalized experience, with customization options on retail apparel, tailored fit, and production view which will allow customers to see photos and videos of their product as it's being created, not to mention shorter lead times and a quicker response."

He added, "This transparency in production is especially unique; the production space has always been considered a 'black box' because brands didn't want to showcase where their products were made. We've had a very positive response from customers when they see the work, technology, and attention to details that goes into making their apparel. We are excited to open this new chapter."

Almost 8 in 10 American consumers say they would rather buy an American-made product than an imported one, according to a Consumer Reports survey. And more than 60 percent say they're even willing to pay 10 percent more for it. The US government has recently urged US companies to move out of China and reshore jobs, though the vast majority of those who have moved out of China did not reshore manufacturing to the US and instead moved to a different offshore sourcing country.

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