- A store in which goods, esp. surplus stock, are sold directly by the
manufacturers at a discount
- An outlet store or factory outlet is a retail store in which manufacturers
sell their stock directly to the public through their own branded stores. The
stores can be brick and mortar or online. Traditionally, a factory outlet was a
store attached to a factory or warehouse.
- (Factory outlet) Off-price retailing operation that is owned and operated by
a manufacturer and that normally carries the manufacturer's surplus,
discontinued, or irregular goods.
- Birkenstock Orthopädie GmbH & Co. KG is a shoe manufacturer
headquartered in Vettelschoß, Germany. The company sells Birkenstock, a German
brand of sandals and other shoes notable for their contoured cork and rubber
footbeds, which conform somewhat to the shape of their wearers' feet.
- (Birkenstocks) These are sandals that were all the rage in the early 70's.
They are shaped to your foot and toes with a fair amount of support.
Unfortunately they're not for everyone, as I could never get a pair that felt
right for my feet.
- A type of shoe or sandal with a contoured cork-filled sole and a thick
- Denoting people concerned with political correctness or conservationist
- Karl Birkenstock developed the first sandal that emphasizes arch supports.
This new design has had a huge impact on the footwear industry.
Stetson Factory Outlet - Lincoln,
Stetson Corporation Visiting Stetson Factory
Outlet Located on Business 66, Lincoln, Illinois Featured is Stetson Ovenproof
China, Break Resistant Melmac, Gifts, Glassware, Souvenirs. America's finest
dinnerware since 1916.
Quaint architecture of some of the buildings at
the Wertheim Village factory outlets complex. Many well known brand names were
there: Birkenstock, Puma, Nike, Next, the works. (Jan. 2008)