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DannyShane to unveil entire 2011 Cycling Jersey Line at Interbike
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Sep '10
DannyShane, an eco-conscious cycling apparel company, announced that it will launch the full 2011 Cycling Apparel Line at the upcoming Interbike International Trade Expo. Interbike is scheduled from September 22 through 24, 2010 at the Sands Expo Center in Las Vegas.

DannyShane is an innovative cycling apparel company that was created out of a love for cycling and a desire to create eco-conscious cycling racewear and roadwear that offers high quality fit, style, performance and comfort. Working with experienced partners in the global sports apparel industry, the DannyShane team spent years in research, design, development and pilot testing prior to launching the DannyShane collection.

"We are excited to be debuting the entire 2011 DannyShane line at North America's largest cycling trade event," said Shane Hunt, president of DannyShane. "Our product is not only unique, but stylish and high performance."

The DannyShane cycling jerseys are made from a proprietary fabric blend of 44 to 50 percent bamboo white ash (BWA), the latest innovation in natural performance fibers. Bamboo white ash is infused into every weave of fabric, providing natural moisture-wicking capabilities that will not irritate skin or rinse out like a chemical will. The DannyShane BWA blend also captures odor naturally, breathes easily, provides natural UV protection, feels soft and dries quickly.

DannyShane is an innovative, eco-friendly cycling apparel company that was created out a love for cycling and the desire for better racewear and roadwear -- better in terms of fit, style, performance and comfort. With cycling jerseys made from a proprietary fabric blend infused with 44 to 50 percent bamboo white ash, DannyShane is committed to being an eco-conscious company that creates innovative, stylish cycling apparel made from a high percentage of rapidly renewable and/or recycled materials.

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