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FALKE Ergonomic Sport System: First Layer A/W 2011/12 collection
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Jan '11
FALKE Ergonomic Sport System's First Layer was relaunched in Autumn/Winter 2010/2011 and has been supplemented by two trekking and skiing ranges for the 2011/2012 collection. The change-over to sport-specific item enables customers and retailers to more quickly and easily find the appropriate functional underwear.

The new FALKE Trekking Comfort Fit and FALKE Skiing Comfort Fit ranges feature loose cuts which guarantee optimal freedom of movement and wearing comfort. The push-pull effect of the special material mix ensures rapid moisture evaporation.

The shoulder pads in the FALKE Trekking Comfort Fit Shirts protect against pressure points and unpleasant back pain caused by heavy rucksacks. The new trekking range includes longsleeved and shortsleeved shirts, singlets and boxers/panties. FALKE Skiing Comfort Fit contains 50 percent polyester fibre impregnated with activated charcoal. The charcoal serves as a filter to prevent unpleasant odours. At the same time, the very light material emits a subtle infrared radiation that has a warming effect which improves blood circulation.

However, the fibre has more to offer: it oxygenates the air with negative ions for increased well-being. This comfortable sensation is bolstered by the pleasant feel of the soft, skin-friendly material. And a stand-up collar with zipper keeps the sensitive neck region warm. FALKE Skiing Comfort Fit includes longsleeved and shortsleeved shirts, long tights, 3/4 tights and boxers/panties.

FALKE Ergonomic Sport System


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