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01.04.2013

Check Out ISPO 2013 Featuring Stöckli, Faction and Others

The trend towards eco superior products is fully established. Different brands are taking advantage of the efficiency of the boosting natural fibre technologies at this year’s international winter sport exhibition ISPO in Munich.

IDRIS SKI has got awarded for the best off piste ski and environemental excellence, with the LYNX, a ski developped with ampliTex™ non-crimp fabrics.

The quality ski manufacturer Stöckli wins the ISPO Gold Award as best on piste ski with their next years “Spirit Otwo”. The Swiss ski builder uses ampliTex™ flax fibre fabrics as structural and dampening element in this model. The partly transparent top sheet allows the rider to see the high-tech fabrics beneath it.

Other brands will also display sport goods that use Bcomp products: WHITEDOT, MOVEMENT, JONES SNOWBOARD, SKYLOTEC, DUPRAZ, FACTION…

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