Sometimes customers walk in and out of a specialty store with exactly what they need. But other times, customers require a special level of customer service and care from an employee to seek the right fit or product for their next outdoor endeavor. That's when our question comes in. Is a name tag a necessary part of that experience? Or does it take away from the authenticity of the introduction? Cast your vote and instantly see which way others are leaning.
Should gear companies stay out of politics? Or lean in?
Patagonia gets both idolized and lynched in the court of public opinion for its bold stances on conservation and the environment. For the majority of the outdoor industry tribe, the company is a leader in fighting for the things we hold dear, but one look at the comments on its ...read more