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SKI team continues to wear 66°NORTH clothing
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Feb '11
The Icelandic Ski Association (SKÍ) and 66°NORTH have extended their partnership agreement for a further four years. The agreement means that 66°NORTH will continue its support of the Association and supply equipment for all the Icelandic national teams, both male and female.

During this period, Iceland's national skiers will wear 66°NORTH clothing such as Hlidarfjall skiwear and Heimaklettur jackets. Iceland's competitors at the Winter Olympics in Vancouver were dressed in clothing from 66°NORTH.

"The Icelandic Ski Association and 66°NORTH have had a great partnership over the past few years. A new agreement strengthens this partnership even further. We at SKÍ place great importance on renewing our partnership with the company as it has proved to be a solid supporter. Our competitors have been extremely happy with the clothing from 66°NORTH, and it has proven its worth in the challenging mountain conditions," says Óskar Gardarsson, one of SKÍ's senior officials.

66°North - Sjoklaedagerdin Ltd. is one of Iceland's oldest manufacturing companies For decades it has been a market leader in the production of seaman's and work clothes. Over the past ten years, 66°North has grown extensively and is considered an expert in the production of a wide selection of outdoor clothing. This expertise has been rewarded with numerous awards for its designs and marketing campaigns.

66°North - Sjoklaedagerdin Ltd

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