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One month to go. One legendary cyclist to follow. Stay tuned to be the first to start and the first to the finish!
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With the need for survival in mind, Seattle-based Beyond Clothing takes technology, field experience, and training tactics, and fuses them together to create products that work with you in changing environments. The brand keeps manufacturing domestically and uses Polartec fabrics to continue to push the boundary by offering highly-advanced clothing systems that are Berry Compliant.

Beyond Clothing will be at American Field Brooklyn this weekend. Get to know more about this brand before meeting some of the people behind it: http://shout.lt/bjPH3
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Did you know that Houdini Sportswear has produced over 200 colorways of their iconic Power Houdi made of Polartec Power Stretch Pro? Luckily for us, Houdini has decided to bring back one for a rerun... but, which one? Vote now through November 30th to see your favorite come back: http://shout.lt/bhWnJ
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New site. New season. New collection. Shop the latest Jottner line including a mid-layer incorporating Polartec Power Stretch Pro and hardshell mountain jackets made of Polartec NeoShell: http://shout.lt/bhF5f

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The Other Way is officially here. The North Face's new, limited-quantity collection represents the world's finest alpine equipment, reimagined. Created with the dedication to move the relationship between athlete, product, and environment forward, the line holds product design and development to the highest standards.

One can find Polartec fabrics in a total of 16 styles (8 for each gender). Look for store launches across major world cities this week. The Other Way: Respect. Inspire. Evolve.

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Emerging out of Portland, Maine is the brand new label American Roots. Founded as a sister company to Old Port Wool & Textiles Co., American Roots is a family-run business that will sell garments made out of Polartec Fleece. These items are 100% American-made & Union-made. The company has implemented a training program that gives women in need and immigrants the chance to learn how to sew, take classes, and ultimately end the program with a good paying secure job at American Roots.

See their debuting products this weekend at American Field Boston and learn more about our Made in America collaborating partner here: http://shout.lt/bcpT8
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In a city steeped in arts and culture, it’s no surprise that Skida, an American-made headwear and accessories company, calls Burlington, VT home. Corinne Prevot founded Skida as a high school ski racer, and the company has expanded ever since. Skida offers buyers locally made, limited edition colorful headbands, hats, and neck warmers made with Polartec Fleece.

Shop this vibrant label this weekend at American Field Boston and check out our interview with the Skida gals in the meantime: http://shout.lt/bck9T
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Conceptualized atop Chamonix in France, Choucas Hats is a small company based in North Conway, New Hampshire. The brand provides customers with fashionable and functional hats, headbands, neck gaiters, and helmet covers for female outdoor enthusiasts. These bright and sparkly items use Polartec fabrics for comfort, performance, and protection.

Shop these products and meet founder Mona L'Heureux in 8 days at American Field Boston: http://shout.lt/bb61k

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New Hampshire based Ragged Mountain Equipment offers customers a variety of clothing options from casual wear to technical outdoor apparel. Everything from concept to final production takes place in the USA. In addition to their label, they also manufacture for L.L. Bean, keeping their Polartec Fleece Bean Blankets 100% #AmericanMade.

You’ll have the opportunity to meet the great people behind Ragged Mountain Equipment at American Field in two weekends. Check out our interview with founder Rob Nadler in the meantime: http://shout.lt/bb16B
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And the next Malden trophy goes to...

Strafe Outerwear for their Highlands Jacket design featuring Polartec Alpha insulation and NeoShell waterproof breathable fabrics! This technical jacket design uses a stunning color blocking combo that can turn heads on and off the slopes.
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