Is Eagle Creek luggage going out of business?

Is Eagle Creek luggage going out of business?

Outside Business Journal confirmed today that Eagle Creek, the luggage and backpack brand founded in 1975 and currently owned by VF Corporation, is slated to cease business operations by the end of the year. VF will discontinue the brand due to strategic and financial concerns.

Is Eagle Creek a good backpack?

Our Verdict The Eagle Creek Wayfinder is a well made, durable, and relatively comfortable travel backpack. It was clearly designed to be versatile, useful for airlines and daily commutes alike, but we find the feature set to be so broadly focused that it was often a mismatch for our uses.

Is Eagle Creek any good?

From the United States. Eagle Creek is at the Top of My Luggage List–They Deliver! Bought this for size and structure. I’ve heard a lot of good things about Eagle Creek and decided to splurge a bit due to traveling a good deal and needing to get some luggage that would meet my needs.

Where are Eagle Creek products made?

Eagle Creek is an American luggage manufacturer headquartered in Greenwood Village, Colorado. The company was founded in 1975 in the San Jacinto Mountains of California, and in 2007 was acquired by VF Corporation….Eagle Creek (company)

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Who purchased Eagle Creek?

Travis Campbell
VF Corporation announced today that Travis Campbell, the company’s former president of emerging brands, has acquired Eagle Creek from VF for an undisclosed amount.

Who owns Eagle Creek?

VF CorporationEagle Creek / Parent organization

Are Eagle Creek bags worth it?

Despite it being a duffle at its core, the fabric used here is actually quite durable. Made with Eagle Creek’s standard “Bi-Tech” fabric, it is both water-repellent and abrasion resistant. Duffle bags are great for packing in a ton of items but they can get pretty beat up.

Does VF own Eagle Creek?

We’re following up on the news that VF Corp. has sold the Eagle Creek brand to former VF executive Travis Campbell.