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Longworth to introduce the Polarmax Pro Staff
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Jun '10
Longworth Industries, parent company of Polarmax, XGO and PMX technical base layers, is proud to introduce the Polarmax Pro Staff. Comprised of athletes and adventure seekers who live in the outdoors and wear only the highest quality gear out of necessity, Polarmax will harness the skills and practical experience of these leaders of their fields, to continually improve and evolve the Polarmax and PMX technical base layer brands.

The Polarmax Pro Staff taps the knowledge and experience of a wide range of accomplished outdoors people to help with R&D, create visibility in relatively untapped markets, as well as prove and improve the superior performance and value of products designed, sourced and manufactured in the USA.

Polarmax has been setting the industry standard for 25 years, with a completely vertical manufacturing process that includes designing, sourcing, and manufacturing all within a 15-mile radius in North Carolina. Polarmax is committed to building the best performing technical base layers on the market for all athletic endeavors, and the growth of the Polarmax Pro Staff will integrate real world end-use with the ability to design, and edit designs, in real time for real people.

Current Pro Staff members include Dean Cummings, extreme skier and owner of H2O Heli Guides in AK, John Fulbright, world-class kayaker and photographer, and newest member Macon Dunnigan, Mt. Kilimanjaro guide and author. Stand by for more information on the Polarmax Pro Staff, and the outrageous opportunities of a lifetime that come along with these outdoor aficionados.

Based in West End, North Carolina, Longworth Industries manufactures and markets Polarmax and XGO technical base-layer apparel.

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