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ASGARD Partners & Co. Acquires Wild Things, LLC

NEW YORK, March 5, 2018 — ASGARD Partners & Co. (“ASGARD”), an investment firm based in New York, announced that it has acquired Wild Things, LLC (“Wild Things” or the “Company”), a leading designer and manufacturer of technical apparel for the military and law enforcement communities. ASGARD’s investment in Wild Things provides the Company with meaningful growth capital and liquidity, reinforcing and expanding its capabilities to pursue new opportunities and support the needs of existing customers.

Wild Things was founded in 1981 with an original focus on providing light, durable outerwear and gear to mountaineers and alpine enthusiasts. Over the years, the high quality of the Company’s products caught the attention of the U.S. Armed Forces and the Company evolved into a key provider of high-end technical apparel for extreme outdoor conditions to the special forces, military and law enforcement communities.

“Wild Things has an incredible heritage and longstanding reputation of providing high quality, USA made products, designed for use in the harshest environments by the most demanding outdoor consumers and military personnel. We are proud to partner with Wild Things, a company whose primary purpose is to protect and serve the U.S. Armed Forces and our international allies, enabling them to do their jobs more effectively with the best, most functional gear possible,” said Christian Cantalupo, Partner at ASGARD.

“This investment is tailor-made for our operationally focused lower middle market investment mandate. We know this space very well and the team here at ASGARD is looking forward to working with the Wild Things team to grow the Company,” said Karan Rai, Founder and CEO of ASGARD.

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4 Responses to “ASGARD Partners & Co. Acquires Wild Things, LLC”

  1. John says:

    Does this mean they are going to bring back more of their civilian made in the USA line?

  2. Strike-Hold says:

    I can’t keep up. Every time there’s a story about Wild Things its about them either being acquired or de-acquired. Are they actually in business making and selling stuff?