Cross-country skiing is to a large degree about synchronizing body parts. Torso, limbs and extremities must work together seamlessly to propel the skier as fast as possible in a forward direction.
Designing alpine skiwear is about providing freedom of movement for the entire body. Lab and field studies of how the body acts during a downhill race as well as how the fabric of the garments moves across the skier’s body during a powerful carving turn have served as the basis for the development of our alpine collection.
Designing bike wear that really makes a difference calls for a close examination of the pedaling body. It is pivotal to understand the interaction of the shoulders and hips as well as to grasp how the back, shoulders and arms interplay in riding position.
The creation of performance clothing for runners involves a close study of movement patterns. The interplay between shoulders and elbows as well as between hips and knees are essential issues to consider when designing optimal running garment.