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Winter apparel producer opens its doors for business this year
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Oct '11
Sno Life, a winter layering and apparel company for snow sport enthusiasts, has officially opened its doors for business this year. The company provides men's, women's and children's quality apparel both online and in select retail locations across the nation. Sno Life is also proud to announce that all their products are manufactured in the United States of America.

"We love everything about winter especially the lifestyle that goes with it. Our products reflect this particular way of life, as nothing says winter like adding layers to keep your snug and warm," said Emily Coleman, Vice President of Sno Life.

Sno Life provides customers different styles and products such as: long and short sleeve tees, tanks, tops, dri-fit, polos, hoodies/fleece, headwear (hats, beanies, visors) and accessories. They carry the latest fashions and layering options for skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling, ice climbing and much more. Their style allows the consumer to add layers with comfort, ensure move-ability while staying warm. No matter what the winter activity, Sno Life has something to offer.

The company also sponsors talented athletes in the snow-sport community ranging from ages 9 to 36, and is always looking for great people with "Xtreme" talent for their team. "We are always looking for talented athletes to participate in our Sno Life Team Sponsorship Program," said Coleman.

Sno Life has the best quality clothing and layering options for a Cold Weather Lifestyle that is made in the USA. Skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling, ice climbing, you name it - we've got you covered. Sno Life's layering options allows you to stay warm without all the bulk.

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