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Look great on the slopes this year in Kjus Skiwear!
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Nov '09
Bill Miller of Hamilton Sports Ski Shop has launched an updated version of it's his highly successful website which now includes sales of Kjus skiwear to the world. Hamilton Sports based in

Aspen, Colorado, the heart of the rocky mountains and the ski world in general has long had a pulse on what is currently hot in the ski industry and what can be expected to be seen in the future. Hamilton Sports along with Kjus, LK International AG, Switzerland have partnered to bring the finest in ski apparel to the world.

The new updated website brings not only the best Kjus can offer to the US market but also the the world. Hamilton Sports, a ski shop which brings service and quality to an expected level and beyond does the same with it's new website: Hamiltonsports.com and TheKjusStore.com. The new site which offers free ground shipping anywhere in the United States now will ship to 186 counties for one low flat rate. Miller sees the market place as not limited to boundaries and fear. “We have a top quality product the world is looking for. It's good business to expand at this time.”

Miller has traveled the world skiing as a top speed skier competing in Europe for 7 years before retiring to launch Hamilton Sports. As an entrepreneur Miller was always looking for quality and a company that “got it.” “I became aware of the Kjus skiwear line in 2002 and saw early on this was a company on the right track and one I wanted to do business with.” Kjus has become what Miller saw early on. Kjus International is presently the most sought after skiwear in the industry.

Lasse Kjus, Norwegian ski racer and Olympic champion started the line in the late 90's. In 2000 at the ISPO ski show in Munich the first men's collection was shown. It was a great success. 2001 the first ladies line was introduced to huge accolades. Kjus had arrived. 2003 Kjus thinks of taking skiwear materials to a higher level. Can a fully waterproof garment be full stretch, with no loss of functionality? Kjus develops full stretch skiwear. 2004 - Today – Kjus leads the ski industry in design and quality.

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