We’re really excited about the new Fall/Winter line
Marblehead, MA (Vocus) October 12, 2010
Cloudveil, the Inspired Mountain Apparel company, today unveiled their Fall/Winter 2010 line of technical outdoor apparel. The new line continues the company’s approach of delivering innovative base, mid and outer layers designed by passionate outdoor enthusiasts and manufactured from the best materials.
The line is built on the rock-solid foundation of best-sellers that have made the Cloudveil name synonymous with the mountain-town lifestyle including the Run Don’t Walk collection of fleece garments made from the best recycled Polartec fabrics on the market. Cloudveil’s RDW is the gold standard for base and mid-layers, and it’s the choice of mountain athletes across a broad variety of outdoor sports and activities.
Also back are the top-of-the-line RPK jackets and pants, made from our Gore-Tex softshell laminate and designed to provide world-class protection regardless of whether you’re earning your turns in a blizzard or just heading into town. The Down Patrol and Koven also make an appearance as well as a variety of stylish women’s down jackets and vests.
“We’re really excited about the new Fall/Winter line,” offered Cloudveil CEO Jim Reilly. “After a couple of years of distractions, we’re getting back to basics with the gear that made Cloudveil the brand of choice for skiers, mountaineers and climbers haunting mountain ranges across the country.”
Along with the new line, Cloudveil is also announcing the launch of their new e-commerce website. The new site will offer a full range of Cloudveil product and is designed to offer a best-in-class online shopping experience including the ability to zoom in on specific features, read reviews from other customers and check out videos of the product in action.
“The new site returns Cloudveil to the forefront of online gear brands,” Cloudveil Direct president, Chaz Bertrand said, “Once again, Cloudveil is offering an online experience exceeded only by the quality of the gear.”
To learn more about Cloudveil, visit http://www.cloudveil.com.
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