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Professional retailer of tall men’s clothing: Destination XL Group (DXLG)

Destination XL Group, Inc. (NASDAQ:DXLG) was founded in 1976, formerly known as Casual Male Retail Group, Inc., changed to its current name in February 2013, headquartered in Canton, Massachusetts, USA, with 2,634 full-time employees Ren, together with its subsidiaries, operates as a retailer of tall men’s clothing.

Destination XL Group

Destination XL Group (DXLG):

Destination XL Group is a specialty retailer of tall men’s clothing with operations in the United States, Canada and London, UK. Target XL Group provides sportswear and dresses; shoes; accessories such as belts, ties and socks; fashionable and neutral goods, including jeans, slacks, T-shirts, polo shirts, shirts; casual wear; and lifestyle products including chairs, Outdoor accessories, travel accessories, bed and bath products, and fitness equipment.

In addition, Destination XL Group also provides sportswear and homewear, denim, sweatshirts, dress shirts, ties, tailored splits, suit jackets, dress slacks, retro screen T-shirts and woven fabrics under private labels, camping Shirts, printed woven shirts and a variety of relaxed island style pants.

DXLG operates retail stores and e-commerce businesses through its 9 brands, including: XL, DXL, DXL Men’s Apparel, DXL outlets, Casual Male XL, Casual Male XL outlets, Rochester Clothing, ShoesXL, and LivingXL.

DXLG is currently gradually upgrading its main store from Casual Male XL to DXL-a one-stop shopping concept store. DXL offers thousands of styles from more than 100 top brands with waist circumferences of 38 and above. DXLG also provides XL-up sizes, including heightened sizes for clothing, and shoes with larger sizes 10-16 and widths up to 4E or more.

The domestic designer brands operated by Target XL Group include : Polo Ralph Lauren , Levi’s, Under Armour , Nautica, Calvin Klein , Geoffrey Beene, Buffalo David Bitton, Cole Haan, Columbia and Kenneth Cole. Private label products include : Harbour Bay, Oak Hill, Synrgy, True Nation, Twenty-Eight Degrees and Society of One.

In addition, DXLG is also the only retailer offering sportswear in larger and taller sizes. The products come from well-known designers, including Brooks Brothers, Lacoste, True Religion, Michael Kors , Paul & Shark, Psycho Bunny, Reebok, PX Clothing and Joe’s Jeans.

As of March 23, 2018, Destination XL Group, Inc. operated 342 chain stores in the United States, London, United Kingdom, and Toronto, Canada; and sold products through DestinationXL.com and bigandtall.com e-commerce sites.

Destination XL Group (DXLG) History:

  • Destination XL Group was founded in 1976 as Designs, Inc. by Calvin Margolis and Stanley Berger.
  • In May 2002, Designs, Inc. acquired the bankrupt Casual Male Big & Tall chain.
  • In 2004, Designs acquired Rochester Big & Tall Clothing, and the company acquired many designer brands, including Robert Graham, Tommy Bahama, Cutter & Buck, Jack Victor and Robert Talbott. Also in 2004, Casual Male hired former champion boxer George Foreman (George Foreman) to promote the chain and act as the spokesperson for a new series of clothing named after him.
  • In 2005, Casual Male changed its store name from Casual Male Big&Tall to Casual Male XL.
  • In 2010, the company opened its first DXL store in Schaumburg, Illinois. Big & Tall customers are looking for an excellent shopping experience-an experience that can better integrate quality, choice and service. The opening of this new store marks the beginning of the company’s transition from Casual Male XL to DXL.
  • In May 2013, the company launched its first TV and radio advertising campaign called “No Man’s Land”, supporting the DXL brand.
  • As of 2016, more than 200 DXL retail stores have been put into operation in major metropolitan markets in the United States.
  • As of March 23, 2018, Destination XL Group, Inc. operated 342 chain stores in the United States, London, United Kingdom, and Toronto, Canada.
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