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National Geographic store on Regent Street - National Geographic launches its first global retail store on London's regent street.
Bogen Imaging is pleased to announce that its award wining National Geographic bags and tripods are available for sale in the world’s first National Geographic store on Regent Street, in the heart of London's most elite shopping district. Drawing on National Geographic's 120-year heritage of inspiring people to care about the planet, National Geographic's new flagship store will bring together its products and services in a constantly evolving, culturally inspired setting.
The full range of National Geographic tripods and camera bags is available at the store such as the Earth Explorer backpacks which have been designed to provide surperb protective carrying solutions for traditional hiking gear and delicate photographic and video equipment. Other key product lines being sold will include apparel, footwear, eyewear, stationery, maps, watches, home furnishings and a wide selection of children's products.
The store will also offer items designed for the rigours of adventures and exploration, from casual travel gear to expedition-quality apparel, including hi-tech waterproof bags and innovative, multi-layered apparel suitable for diverse climates and activities. Consumers can road-test their apparel in the store's product-testing area, featuring wind gusts, extreme temperature changes and other conditions that simulate the often challenging environments that National Geographic explorers experience in the field.
The National Geographic store is much more than a traditional retail environment, it features compelling interactive visual displays and state-of-the-art design dedicated to stimulating, educating and inspiring visitors to celebrate global cultures. In addition to its retail marketplace, the store will feature an exhibition area, auditorium, tapas café, travel desk and photography studio, set across three floors and approximately 1,800 square metres (19,375 square feet).
The auditorium will offer public lectures from some of National Geographic's most renowned explorers, authors and photographers, as well as free film screenings.