Evo x Rhythm Japan Announcement

Dear Rhythm community,

I’m excited to announce that Rhythm Japan has officially joined forces with evo, a leading outdoor company based in Seattle, USA.

While best known for their industry-leading online store, evo also operates stores in Denver, Portland, Seattle, Salt Lake City and Whistler, along with skateparks, lodging and travel businesses, all of which are centered on sport, culture, the outdoors and human connection. evo’s inspiring, passionate, community-driven team is committed to making lives better by bringing people together and creating unforgettable experiences, and giving back to the communities it operates in.

Both Rhythm and evo share many of the same values including a love for mountain life and a commitment to delivering next-level customer service, making this partnership the perfect fit not only for our customers, but for our employees, suppliers and communities.

Together, we have a unique opportunity to draw on each other’s strengths to provide our customers with leading eCommerce, iconic brick and mortar stores, and curated experiences in adventure locations throughout Japan, Canada and the U.S.

For now, the Rhythm team will continue to provide the same premium products and services you are used to. We look forward to sharing further details on how this exciting new phase in our business benefits you in the future.

Happy New Year to you and your families,



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