The patriotic apparel industry has become a $3 billion market, and a good one.
For a company with its own brand and its own niche, it’s a perfect fit for a company like Reebok, which is selling its own apparel to retailers around the world.
“We’re seeing a lot of growth right now, particularly with younger consumers, but also in the apparel industry,” Reeboks CEO and co-founder Richard Hickey said during a phone interview on Wednesday.
Reebok is selling an extensive range of apparel and accessories, with a focus on fitness, athletic gear, and sports apparel.
Hickey said the company had been looking at the growth in the past few years, but “it was very difficult” to find an appropriate apparel partner.
As a result, the company was able to secure a new apparel partner, Reebos, who is known for producing its own lines of apparel.
The company recently expanded its line of athletic gear and apparel, which include shoes, hats, jackets, pants, and other items.
In 2017, Reegos signed a five-year deal with Nike to sell its soccer shoes.
The company has also signed a 10-year apparel agreement with Puma.
On Wednesday, Rebok announced that it will also be expanding its fitness brand into clothing and accessories.
According to the company, Rebranding, the first of its new apparel products, will be released in 2019.
That’s followed by Reboks Rebuild, a line of apparel designed to look like Rebrand and re-purpose the brand’s iconic logo.
At the same time, Rebolts apparel, featuring patriotic gear, will also go on sale in 2019, and will feature a range of hats and other apparel.
For Reebols new apparel, Hickey told Business Insider that it would be a great fit for Reebuos’ current customer base.
He said that Reebus, which was founded in 2011 and is headquartered in San Francisco, has a good customer base and will find an opportunity to expand the range of products for its apparel, especially in the future.
“We have a very loyal customer base,” Hickey added.
“We’re in a position where we can really add value to that customer base.”
“It’s a great opportunity for us, and we’re very excited about it.”
Reebuons founder Richard Hickey at a press conference on July 12.
Reebos’ Rebrand, a clothing line that will feature hats, will go on its way in 2019 and is slated to launch in 2020.
While Reebukos’ clothing line is a bit pricey, it is one of the cheaper options out there, especially considering that it is available in different colors.
And Hickey noted that Rebrand will be a big success for Reboz, a subsidiary of the company.
The brand will debut in 2019 for men and women, and the Rebrand line will be available in five colors: Navy Blue, Gold, Grey, Royal Blue, and Silver.
If you’re not familiar with the Reebuy brand, it consists of Reeba, Rebebu, Rebbou, and Rebe, with the first being the original name of the brand.
(Rebeu is a French word for “freedom,” and Rebbu means “liberty.”)
For Hickey, Rebetuz is an appropriate name for the brand, given its patriotic appeal.
“[Rebetuz] is not about any specific ideology,” he said.
“Rebet is about freedom.
We’re talking about freedom from injustice.
We want to empower our country, and it’s about the freedom to say what we want, how we want.
And that’s why we’re all here, and that’s the only way we’re going to be successful.”