Holden Outerwear

Holden Outerwear

About Holden Outerwear

Holden Outerwear is a manufacturer of jackets and pants for use in skiing and snowboarding. Based in Portland, OR, Holden is owned by professional snowboarder Mikey LeBlanc and designer Scott Zergebel. Holden was launched in 2002 by LeBlanc and Zergebel under the wings of Earth Products, a subsidiary of K2 Sports and the larger Jarden Corporation. In 2007, Holden severed ties with Earth Products and became an independent company. At this time, LeBlanc and Zergebel moved the corporate office from southern California to Portland, Oregon and doubled the size of the company from 3 to 6 employees. In 2007, Holden was distributed in 150 stores in North America and 15 countries worldwide.

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