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Gordini introduces Clutch synthetic leather in F20 styles

25
Sep '20
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Continuing to redefine cold weather experience through glove innovation, Gordini, a leader in the world of cold-weather equipment, has introduced Clutch synthetic leather for winter 20, featured in more than 10 glove and mitt styles for men and women. The signature material offers an animal-free alternative that outperforms traditional leathers and suedes. 
 
“Responsible design continues to be top of mind for our Gordini team, as we strive to enable our customers to enjoy the outdoors and all its elements for longer periods of time,” David Gellis, Gordini president, said in a press release. “What we’re able to offer with our Clutch synthetic leather is improved durability, breathability and functionality in great-looking gloves that are more consistent in colour, quality and thickness than animal leathers all with a lighter impact on the planet.” 
 
Proven in work gloves on the toughest job sites, Clutch synthetic leather is 4-6 times more abrasion resistant than the most durable natural leathers used in gloving. Machine washable, the material is 40 per cent more breathable than cowhides of the same thickness, offering better circulation to manage moisture and prevent sweaty hands. Because Clutch is animal-free, the manufacturing process is more reliable and resource efficient than traditional tanning, estimated to use as much as 60 per cent less water than leather manufacturing.
 
Clutch styles are now available nationwide including Scheels, Ramsey Outdoors and Stratton Mountain, Winter Park and Steamboat resorts.

Fibre2Fashion News Desk (JL)


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