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Dryworld is the next Under Armour and Lululemon

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Choi Member Level  Thursday, 11/11/21 11:26:15 AM
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Dryworld is the next Under Armour and Lululemon on steroids. They had contracts worth over $370 million in 2017, which wouldve been much more imso. The float is 132m and o/s is 170m.

After Lululemon was really the first and last disruptor in this space, a few are claiming Figs, a healthcare apparel company, to be the next disruptive brand in the apparel industry.

https://www.fool.com/investing/2021/06/23/can-figs-be-the-next-lululemon/


But Figs proprietary products are no where near as disruptive compared to Dryworld's. Not even close. Not even on the same planet. To peg them as being the next disruptor like Lululemon shows that the industry seldom ever sees true innovation and they're grasping for anything that comes even remotely close.
The apparel industry has never seen a company that has truly ever disrupted the entire status quo. Although Lululemon had game changing products in Yoga and Fitness, that's only a fraction of what Dryworld covers.

They cover Yoga, Fitness, Soccer, Football, Basketball, Baseball, Hockey, Tennis, Golf, Rugby, MMA, Boxing, Wrestling, Cycling, Swimming, Running, Triathlon, La Crosse, X- Games and a bit more.

The potential is far greater for Dryworld than Lululemon...


Lululemon,

- $460 per share

- 130 million in the o/s

- $60 billion market cap


Dryworld,

- .45 a share

- 171 million in the o/s

- $76 million market cap

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