“In all my years in the moun­tains, I’ve never ex­pe­ri­enced a prod­uct that moved and per­formed as well as Futureligh­t. It is creating a new par­a­digm for what I ex­pect out of a water­proof ma­te­rial.”

Adventure - - Xposure - (The North Face ath­lete team cap­tain)

Ad­di­tion­ally, Nanospin­ning gives de­sign­ers the abil­ity to ad­just weight, stretch, breatha­bil­ity, dura­bil­ity, con­struc­tion (knit or wo­ven), and tex­ture to match ath­letes’ and con­sumers’ ac­tiv­ity or en­vi­ron­ment. De­sign­ers can cus­tomize the fab­ric for spe­cific us­age, for ex­am­ple, by in­creas­ing breatha­bil­ity in gar­ments for aer­o­bic pur­suits or in­creas­ing pro­tec­tion for harsh, wet cli­mates. The abil­ity to ad­just these fac­tors in fab­ric con­struc­tion is un­prece­dented in ap­parel, equip­ment and ac­ces­sories. The prod­uct has been ath­lete tested by their world class team of climbers, skiers, alpin­ists, snow­board­ers and trail run­ners. Avail­able in Aus­tralia and New Zealand from Oc­to­ber 2019. For more in­for­ma­tion www.thenorth­face.com.au/futureligh­t

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