According to Modaes, the Spanish fashion news service, Camper is taking out two sub-labels, Medwinds and Cartujano from its product range. The company plans to focus on its core brand in the future. Medwinds was created in 2011 and acquired by Camper in 2014. The product range includes shoes for men and women as well as accessories. Medwinds has an online store as well as six brick-and-mortar stores. According to Modaes, the stores will be closed by the end of this year, but some of the locations will be used by Camper in the future. The Cartujano brand of shoes was created in 2014 in order to have a brand that is situated in a higher price range as Camper . According to the homepage of the brand, it has two brick-and-mortar stores in Madrid and Berlin, which will be closed in the near future.