Mammut Sports Group

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Mammut Sports Group AG
IndustrySnowsports, Hiking, Climbing
FoundedDintikon, Lenzburg, Switzerland (1862 (1862))
FounderKaspar Tanner
Area served
Number of employees
ParentConzzeta AG
DivisionsMammut, Raichle, Ajungilak
Mammut harness used in Red Rocks, Nevada.

Mammut Sports Group AG is a Swiss multinational mountaineering and trekking company headquartered in Seon, Switzerland. The company was founded in 1862 by Kaspar Tanner in Dintikon. As of 2017, Mammut belongs to Conzzeta AG. Amongst others, Raichle (mountain and trekking shoes), Ajungilak (sleeping bags) and Toko (ski wax) belong to Mammut Sports Group.[1]

In 2011, Mammut obtained a sales volume of 210.8 million CHF. Mammut has about 200 employees at its headquarters and runs many establishments all over the world. The central repository for Europe is in Memmingen, Germany, which has been expanded several times.


In April 2003, Mammut purchased Raichle, from Austrian owners Kneissl, although Raichle had originally been founded in Kreuzlingen, Switzerland.[2]

While Raichle had been making boots for about 100 years, as of March 2009, former Raichle products are now marketed as Mammut.[3]


  1. ^ The first ispo china in Shanghai was a great success,, 21 March 2005, archived from the original on 27 September 2007
  2. ^ "Mammut website "Chronicle"". Retrieved 2011-10-25.
  3. ^ "Outdoors Magic article". Outdoors Magic article. Archived from the original on March 26, 2009. Retrieved June 1, 2018.

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