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Polygiene & White Sierra to develop odour-free apparel
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Jun '16
Courtesy- Polygiene
Courtesy- Polygiene
White Sierra, manufacturer of high quality outdoor apparel, and Polygiene Odor Control Technology, a world-leading technology for odour control, have partnered to develop odour-free apparel for the outdoors market. White Sierra will introduce the advantages of Polygiene Odor Control Technology to their consumers in both their Trail and Travel collections beginning spring 2017.

The White Sierra Spring 2017 knit tops will include a total of nine Polygiene treated styles in both the Trail and Travel collections. The women’s Trail line includes styles of tank tops, short-sleeve tee and quarter sleeve tee while the men’s Trail line options includes short sleeve tee and long sleeve quarter zip.

In the Travel line, the Polygiene treated garment options include women’s short sleeve tee, women’s striped short-sleeve tee and women’s quarter sleeve tee.

“Product is the soul of White Sierra. We feel that offering compelling product with technology while still keeping the value story is very important to our customers. Polygiene is a well-known technology in the outdoor industry with a reputation to partner with some of the top brands in the marketplace” said Larry Tsui, VP sourcing and production, White Sierra.

“We are proud and excited to begin our partnership with White Sierra. It is great to be working with a family-owned company that offers quality outdoor apparel for the entire family,” said Christian von Uthmann, CEO of Polygiene. (NA)

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