Nat’s Outdoor Sports, one of the best outdoor sporting goods stores in the country, is closing its doors for good this month.
The chain, which has stores in Colorado Springs and Las Vegas, announced the closure Wednesday on Facebook.
The announcement comes two weeks after the company announced it would be closing its Denver store, which is owned by the company’s parent company, Outdoor Brands, which also owns the Denver Broncos and other professional sports teams.
The move follows a loss of more than $100 million in 2016, according to the company.
The company said it expects to make a decision about closing stores in 2018, with a final decision expected in 2019.
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