Midwestern retailer Stock+Field, that sells a range of categories such as apparel, footwear, farm supplies, outdoor goods for camping, boating, fishing and hunting, power tools and even firearms is closing all 25 shops, hosting a chain-wide liquidation sale.
Despite its limited presence, Stock+Field, catered to enthusiasts of the rural lifestyle, offering price cuts on products from top brands. Available brands include: Under Armour, Wolverine, Wrangler, Lee, Justin Boots, Dickies, Cherokee, Carhartt and Oakley, among others.
Seeing these big-name brands offered at last-call prices is likely to get the attention of local shoppers before Stock+Field liquidates and closes down brick and mortar stores. But the closure of the stores illustrates a major issue many of these brands have faced not only since the start of the pandemic, but in the years prior as more retailers went bankrupt—their trust in wholesale is waning.
Stock+Field’s liquidation is being overseen by a joint venture of financial services firms Tiger Capital Group and B. Riley Retail Solutions. The going-out-of-business sales will take place across stores in Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Michigan and Wisconsin.
The liquidation discounts will only be offered in stores and not on the company website, which shows products but doesn’t currently give shoppers the option to buy them. Stock+Field’s “Order Online/Pickup In-Store” program has been discontinued.