Spyder - Craghoppers - Oakley - Under Armour

Founded in 1978, Spyder is an American Colorado-based manufacturer of high-end skiing apparel. They are the worlds largest specialty ski brand, and pride themselves on making ski and snowboard apparel for those in the mountains, on the trail, or racing to the finish. Live life fast.
Go prepared and get the most from your adventure. That’s the ethos behind Craghoppers. Inspired by world travel expeditions, they have been designing trail-blazing outdoor clothing and protective travel equipment since their foundation in West Yorkshire in 1965. When it comes to practical travel items, they offer functional and lightweight travel clothing; everything from insect repellent trousers to UV protective shirts.
Oakley was started by James Jannard in 1975. Initially producing number plates, gloves, grips, elbow guards, chin guards, and goggles for BMX and motocross; in 1980, they released a pair of goggles called the O-Frame. In 1983 Oakley began selling ski goggles. The first Oakley sunglasses; Factory Pilot Eyeshades, were released in 1984. Today, Oakley holds more than 600 patents for eyewear, materials, and performance gear.
Under Armour started with one T-shirt that gave athletes an undeniable advantage. They ended up completely changing the way athletes dress. Today, innovation is their lifeblood and the key to delivering on their Brand Vision: to inspire you with performance solutions you never knew you needed and can’t imagine living without.

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