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Deporvillage reaches 100k products on sale

Europe’s leading sports e-commerce Deporvillage celebrates another important milestone in its successful trajectory, as is the increase of its extensive catalogue to over 100,000 items on sale.


With undoubted prominence of the verticals of cycling, running and outdoor fitness products for training at home, motivated by the restrictions on access to gyms and the increase in working from home over the last year, as well as comfortable sports-inspired garments such as tracksuits, sweatshirts or leggings in the Sportswear  category.


With 2 million customers and an average of more than 5,000 orders per day, Deporvillage’s growth has been exponential in the last year and a half, thanks to the increase in sports practice during the pandemic, a period that has also significantly boosted online shopping.


In this situation, “the modernisation of the order preparation line and maintaining a high level of stock have been a key point to achieve this goal, as well as the expansion of the catalogue and the incorporation of new brands and categories,” explains Àngel Corcuera, co-founder and CPO of Deporvillage.


In its extensive catalogue, the best-selling categories and with the highest volume of references continue to be the cycling and outdoor categories. The latter has also enjoyed a huge growth in the last year, especially those items aimed at outdoor activities such as hiking, climbing or camping. The same has happened with those made for aquatics, such as open water swimming or paddle surfing. As for the most popular brands,  Garmin, Salomon, The North Face, adidas, New Balance, Castelli and Finisseur remain at the top of the list, in a catalogue that is constantly opening the way for new additions.

About Deporvillage

Founded in 2010 by Xavier Pladellorens and Àngel Corcuera, Deporvillage is now Spain’s leading online sports retailer and among the top in Europe. The website specialises in cycling, running, triathlon, swimming, gym and outdoor sports and currently offers more than 60,000 products from around 560 premium brands. Deporvillage has around 400,000 customers and the site has more than four million visits per month. Throughout its life, the company has received support from SeedRocket, being represented by David Tomás from CyberClick and the investor Cabiedes & Partners. Among its shareholders are other important Venture Capital figures, such as Samaipata in Spain and P101 in Italy, as well as Grupo Mediaset.