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Ternua to display new trekking line products at ISPO

Dec '19
Ternua, a leading outdoor technical clothing brand, will display its new trekking line in the Fall-Winter 2020 collection at ISPO Munich, in stand A3.506. The world’s largest multi-segment sports exhibition of segments of outdoor, ski, action, performance sports, textrends, health & fitness and sourcing, will be held from January 26-29, 2019, at Germany.

A unique and own design, soft finishes and a combination of highly researched technologies are the main features of the renewed trekking line. Ternua has innovated in design, using more sober, more minimalist lines where the soft finish predominates. It has also incorporated very functional, first-level sustainable technical fabrics, such as the Stormfleece Pro, a perfect membrane-free windbreaker, very water-resistant, which provides high durability, elasticity, and breathability, according to Ternua.

The brand has also introduced the PrimaloftSilver Eco thermal and sustainable filling which, together with the Neokdun recycled pen, places the brand at the forefront of sustainability. These new fabrics and fillings, combined with Ternua’s own fabrics, all of them environmentally friendly, such as Dryshell, WarmshellBreathe, or Microshell, among others, result in high quality garments that respond perfectly in the activity for which they have been designed and that protect people, while protecting nature.

Ternua will also display the autumn-winter 2020 collection that is 100 per cent PFC free, with 100 per cent organic cotton, and 63 per cent recycled polyester, where recycled fabrics are used from materials such as carpets, fishing nets, PET plastic bottles, marine plastic garbage, down, wool, nutshells or coffee grounds.

Fibre2Fashion News Desk (GK)

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