Spain’s Ternua to present F/W 24 Protech line at ISPO fair

November 23, 2023 - Spain

Sustainable outdoor apparel brand Ternua is all set to present its F/W 24 Protech line at the upcoming ISPO fair which will begin from November 28. This line includes highly technical items developed with enhanced, highly functional fabrics in new bright Alpine colours like electric blue, acid green, and maroon.

The line was developed in collaboration with top-tier mountaineers, the brand’s friends, who ensured that it meets elite mountaineers’ needs in winter and pairs with items from Ternua’s other lines, especially arenalite (for high-intensity aerobic activities) and trekking. 

Notably, the testing ground for the brand’s R&D department, the F/W 24 Protech line includes new mid layers made with the innovative Warmshell Pro, a highly breathable, pilling-resistant, warm, stretchy fabric that enhances free movement. This segment includes the Lofter Hood jacket for men and women, a hooded jacket made of multiple fabrics all in the Warmshell family, designed based on analysis of the best position for each fabric to derive the best performance and comfort. The Punjak jacket for men and women, with a full zip, and the Punjak ½ ZIP for men and women, with an extra-long half zip, were also included. They both have a breast pocket and pockets for hands, the company said in a press release.

Additionally, a variety of items have been maintained from previous collections. They include the Mauna Kea jacket and pant for men and women, made in four-way stretch Shelltec Active Flex (20k/20k) offering maximum protection in highly adverse weather conditions; the Amphu jacket for men and women with 250 g of PrimaLoft Gold Luxe filling and a warm and durable Petex Quantum shell; the Jugal jacket for men and women, made in Stormfleece Pro, the ideal protection from wind and rain; and the Elbrus pant made with Shellstretch Prowool, a fabric made with recycled fishing nets on the outside and warm, breathable Merino wool on the inside. 

All F/W 24 Protech items bear the commitment seal, which means they are made with recycled, recyclable, or biodegradable, PFC-free, Bluesign or Oeko Tex certified fabrics.

The brand currently operates in over 20 countries in Europe, Asia, and the Americas, and its ambition is to advance circularity in the coming years, responding to the challenges currently facing the textile industry.