BRG Sports

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BRG Sports
HeadquartersVan Nuys, Los Angeles, CA
ProductsClothing, sports equipment, helmets
ParentFenway Partners

BRG Sports makes sports equipment and clothing under the Riddell brand. Its parent company is Fenway Partners.


Jas. D. Easton, Inc.
FounderDoug Easton
ProductsSporting Goods
Number of employees

The company was started by James D. (Doug) Easton in 1922. His son James (Jim) L. Easton took over the company following his death in 1972. James’ son Greg runs the archery division independently from the team sports concern as a family owned division, having divested the team sports operations in 2006 to the former Easton-Bell group.

The independent, family owned[1] archery division consists of two companies, Hoyt Archery, Inc. and Easton Technical Products, both located in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA. The two companies employ approximately 800 people in the manufacture of compound bows, recurve bows, and arrows. Easton arrows have been used to win every Olympic Games title in archery since the restoration of archery to the Olympic program in 1972. Easton Technical Products is also a supplier to the military, medical and outdoor sports industries for high-strength carbon fiber and aluminum alloy tubing. Hoyt and Easton are run as independent divisions of Jas. D. Easton, Inc. Greg Easton is the third generation President of Jas. D. Easton.[2]


  1. ^ Graham, Pat (2016-08-07). "The straight story: Bow and arrow advances lift other sports". Retrieved 2020-03-02.
  2. ^ "James L. EASTON (USA), World Archery Honorary President". 2009-03-13. Archived from the original on 2015-04-25.

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