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Ventile's fabric used in award winning designs

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Feb '21
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Two design partners of performance fabric manufacturer Ventile have won awards recently. The Peski Women’s jacket from Sasta, a Finnish outdoor brand, was named the overall winner in the Apparel category at the Scandinavian Outdoor Awards, while the technical clothing brand Ternua’s Miquelon Jacket won Gold in the Urban Life category of ISPO awards.

The brands selected Ventile L24 Organic and L19 Organic to create their award-winning outerwear garments, part of the upcoming 2021 collections.

Citing an increased necessity for sustainably sourced natural fabric, the brands selected Ventile L24 Organic and L19 Organic, to create these award-winning outerwear garments. For Sasta, the Peski Women’s jacket was selected as the overall winner of the ‘Apparel’ category at the exclusive Scandinavian Outdoor Awards, while the Ternua Miquelon Jacket was selected as the Gold winner of the ‘Urban Life’ category at this month’s ISPO awards. ISPO brings together the most outstanding products within the sporting goods industry and honours products that demonstrate innovation, passion, and creativity.

Juha Latvala, managing director of Sasta said: “At Sasta we are guided by the philosophy of respecting nature and we have always understood the benefits and function of natural materials. We have worked with Ventile since the early 1990s and continue to do so because it represents the marrying up of a technical performance fabric, with sustainable sourcing. To win a Scandinavian Outdoor Award with a Ventile jacket means the world to us as it doesn’t just give us further recognition as a premium outdoor brand, it also gives credibility to the great technical products we make using natural sustainable materials.”

Edu Uribesalgo, innovation and sustainability director at Ternua said: “To win an ISPO award for the Miquelon Jacket is like winning at the Oscars. Innovation at Ternua has always been developed under the parameters of sustainability. For each garment, we combine a high level of design innovation with sustainable practices, which is why we chose Ventile to be part of our collection.”

Ventile marketing manager Daniel Odermatt praised the brands: “To find out that not one, but two brands have used Ventile in their award-winning designs is very exciting for us. The items show Ventile in all its glory. We look forward to continuing our fabric partnerships with Sasta and Ternua in the future, and we wish both brands the greatest success with the upcoming collections.”

Ventile fabric was developed in England in 1943 and is the world’s most effective, breathable, all-weather natural fabric. Its eco organic fabrics are made from sustainably grown organic certified cottons that have not been exposed to pesticides or chemical fertilisers. Ventile organic is woven from premium extra-long-staple cotton that represents only 0.04 per cent of the world's cotton crop. Alongside this, the eco range also offers designers fabrics which are a blend of organic cotton with hemp and linen fibres.

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