Leading UK retail and leisure destination Trafford Centre is delighted to announce the opening of its newest sportswear store Castore. The premium sportswear brand is continuing to drive its philosophy of BETTER NEVER STOPS with the launch of its latest store at the Manchester centre.
The 1200 sq ft store is located on Upper Regent Crescent and home to Castore’s luxury sportswear and innovation. The store will feature a varied range of premium sportswear, including both mens and womenswear, a selection of Castore teamwear and the new Red Bull Replica Collection.
Founded in 2015 by brothers Tom and Phil Beahon, Castore was created to bring a new level of performance to sportswear. Tom and Phil’s vision is to build Castore into a brand that is focused on premium sportswear that is respected across the globe for its innovation and performance within the market.
Co-founder, Tom Beahon said, “Castore is delighted to add the new Trafford Centre store to the brand’s portfolio. We look forward to welcoming shoppers into the store and to becoming part of the Trafford community.”
Russell Loveland, Director of UK Asset Management at Pradera Lateral, asset manager of Trafford Centre said: “Castore is a fresh and exciting sportswear brand, which we are delighted to welcome to the centre. We are building a diverse sports and athleisure offering at Trafford Centre, which appeals strongly to the centre’s core catchment. The city of Manchester has a strong affiliation for sport and it’s only right that its largest retail and leisure destination should reflect this. We have no doubt that Castore will prove to be a popular addition to Trafford Centre.”
Since launching its partnership with Rangers FC in 2020, Castore’s portfolio has grown significantly with the addition of Newcastle United, Wolverhampton Wanderers, McLaren Formula 1 and England Cricket. Castore has additionally partnered with numerous top tier athletes, including Grand Slam tennis champion Andy Murray, international and England rugby captain Owen Farrell, England Cricketer Jos Buttler, and multiple gold medal winning Olympic swimmer and world record holder Adam Peaty.