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North Sails Ice Sailing


North Sails Ice Sailing, the collection inspired by ice sailing

Infinite panoramas, speed, primordial relationship with nature: for ice sailing enthusiasts, winter is the favorite season, the wind is the best friend and the discovery of the perfect frozen place where to fly your ice boat is a true poem . .

And it is precisely from Ice Sailing that North Sails was inspired for some outerwear and knitwear, designed to provide comfort even in the most extreme weather conditions.
In particular, the Dalvin jacket – quilted and made of printed ripstop with an iridescent look with a motif inspired by the ice rinks crossed by sails – has a graphic and contemporary look & feel, full of functional details to experience winter in total freedom. .

Repreve padding, obtained from recycling plastic bottles, ensures maximum warmth while the hood, waterproof zippers and drawstring complete the elegant and functional aesthetic.

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Another key garment is the Montevideo Parka, also made of recycled ripstop fabric with a water-repellent treatment and Repreve padding; perfect for outdoor activities and built-in synthesis of versatile style and performance details. The parka features a removable drawstring hood, iconic handwarmer pockets, and maxi patch pockets.

Ice Sailing is an extreme sport practiced on frozen lakes surrounded by unspoiled nature, and North Sails, a brand born from sailing, shares some key values, such as the pursuit of innovation and increasing speed, respect for the land and its natural wonders and passion for outdoor activities.

North Sails also engaged two ice sailing athletes, Chad Atkins and Oliver Moore, to better communicate the brand’s commitment to this activity and both admit that “it’s a pretty crazy sport, especially when you look at all the time. that carries. to find the optimal ice conditions that allow the ice boats to “compete”. But it is addictive “- and they add -” A good sailing day every three years is enough to return and fly on the ice.

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