SALEWA - Salewa stands for passion for mountain sports, ambitious mountaineering and special experiences in the mountains. The brand has the ambition to break new ground and make its own mark. This is reflected in its interpretation of mountain sports. Progressive mountaineering describes not only performance, but also a sense of nature, personal development and community experience.
DYNAFIT - Dynafit creates its products within a performance system - by mountain athletes for mountain athletes. It's all about endurance and determination. Only with lightweight, reliable and efficient products can you achieve the highest level of performance and speed on the mountain.
POMOCA - Pomoca, founded in 1933, is a Swiss manufacturer of ski touring skins and rubber soles. Pomoca is Swiss technology that enables freedom in the mountains with precise, reliable and simple solutions. Because, in the end, what matters is not the technology, but your experience in the mountains: "we want to make your heart sing".
WILD COUNTRY - Wild Country with its technical climbing products, offers enthusiasts the tools to explore verticality as freely as possible. Technologies that are used to minimize risk, exceeding safety standards and defining new ones.
EVOLV - Evolv is one of the leading brands in climbing shoes offering a technological certainty for many professional athletes and passionate climbers alike. It is the purest representation of the modern climber.
LAMUNT - LaMunt is the answer to the growing number of women who participate in mountain sports and are looking for clothing that meets their needs without compromising functionality. A high-end "mountain sports brand" created by women for women. These women are very different from each other, but they have in common what really matters, the passion for the mountain.
MC2 SAINT BARTH - Two young entrepreneurs, with previous experience in the textile industry, draw inspiration from the atmosphere of the island to capture that taste of elegance, sophistication and practicality that creates the basis for a new beachwear collectionThe flagship store in Saint Barth, built following the colonial style of Caribbean houses, opens its doors to a beachwear collection for the whole family, both for father and son, as well as mother and daughter.
LUMOS - Equipped with automatic turn signals and brake lights integrated into the helmet, Lumos is a life-saving piece of equipment for motorcyclists around the world. A new generation bicycle helmet with integrated brake and turn signals for safer pedaling.
PETZEL - For 50 years Petzl has been guided by four inspiring principles, four fundamental values that condition all our decisions: to remain a stable family business, to foster an innovative spirit to imagine the best solutions, to guarantee industrial excellence with one goal " zero defects ", and be close to our communities, informing them of best practices around the world for greater safety.
MONTE GENEROSO - Eyewear from tradition and nature. The Meier + Gaggioni Optics group gives life to a zero kilometer collection, starting right from its homeland. The new Monte Generoso brand, as the name implies, is inspired by Monte Generoso, a symbol for Ticino and above all for Mendrisiotto. The logo in its essentiality recalls the profile of the mountain. The Meier + Gaggion collection, with its elegant features and linear design, is conceived for a demanding and refined clientele. The choice of the elements of the line is authentic and natural.
BOLERO DRINKS - Bolero is a soluble drink available in many flavors, ideal for hydrating the body in a pleasant and natural way. Bolero drinks are delicious but above all healthy, sugar-free, gluten-free, very low-calorie and completely free of preservatives. There are various formats and types of Bolero: Classic, Ice Tea, Energy, Sport, in Boxes of 12 and 24 sachets. With their pocket size, the bolero sachets can really be consumed anywhere and at any time, giving taste and freshness to bottles of water up to 1.5 ml.
INOOK - Again this year, it is continuing its range of racquets on multiple levels. A new step is taken every year. Safe values are confirmed, while new roads are open. Every year we discuss with our distributors and as manufacturers we envision solutions that will meet their expectations. I know that our brand is progressing, taking into account our desire to always innovate, and listening to all the players in the sector and the active community.
LEATHERMAN - On a budget trip to Europe in 1975, Tim Leatherman and his wife Chau were constantly encountering leaky hotel plumbing and roadside repairs for their cranky Fiat. Tim understood the need for a pliers-based multipurpose tool. “I carried an explorer's knife and used it for everything from slicing bread to fixing the car. But I kept wishing I had a pair of pliers! " From our Portland, Oregon factory, we are committed to providing you with the best multipurpose products to help you solve the expected and unexpected problems in everyday life. Their journey began over 37 years ago with the world's first gripper-based multi-tool built by our founder, Tim Leatherman (yes, there really is a Mr. Leatherman!)
MERREL - Merrell was founded in 1981 by two Rossignol ski company executives, Clark Matis and John Schweizer, who decided to launch a new hiking boot brand. The two friends have decided to partner with Randal Ivan Merrell (RI Merrell), a manufacturer of custom-made and popular hiking shoes that then cost just $ 500 a pair. Clark Matis set out to design a more affordable high-performance hiking shoe, the Moab, developed in 1982. Since 1997, the company has been a wholly owned subsidiary of footwear giant Wolverine Worldwide.
ORTOVOX - Gerald Kampel and Jürgen Wegner develop the F2 locator, the first ORTOVOX dual-frequency locator for finding avalanches. The locators used up to now received and transmitted on different frequencies (2.275 kHz and 457 kHz), this prevented the immediate localization of the victims, with clear consequences. Being able to receive and transmit on both frequencies, the F2 locator is welcomed with enthusiasm and after two years it gains leadership on the market. Whether in ski touring or freeriding excursions: every time you move along uninsured routes you must be able to assess the risk of an avalanche. Careful planning, appropriate off-piste behavior and experience in recognizing potential danger points are the basis.