Denver, Colorado (PRWEB) January 29, 2014
Tamagear debuts its full product line at the Snow Sports Industry Associations SIA show January 30th, 2014 to February 2nd, 2014.
The TAMAGEAR winter line features men’s and women’s mid-layer jackets, 800 fill regular and technical fit down jackets, which are perfect for all whether winter skiing, snowshoeing, sledding and snowboarding. The outdoor gear is designed for high performance activities, fashionable everyday activities and technically equipped for the everyday or extreme adventurer.
“This new line speaks to what Tamagear is all about,” says Owner Dean Dormady. “We intentionally design for our active customers. We want them to have full utility on the slopes and also have a jacket they love wearing year-round.”
Tamagear is a Colorado company founded by Dormady. Inspired by the seven endangered species, Tamagear is named for small, squirrel-sized monkeys called the Tamarins. They inhabit tropical rain forests and open forest areas from southern Central America (Costa Rica), through middle South America (Amazon basin and North Bolivia).
The company gives 10 percent of its net profits back to the conservation of endangered species and environmental conservation.
“We first introduced them at the Outdoor Retailer Winter Market 2014 and we are thrilled about the ecstatic response from consumers and retailers alike, especially about the women’s mid layers, down vest and our unique and fashionable designs. We are excited for our customers to get out and finally use our products,” Dormady says. “We know we’re creating the highest quality and fashionable products for people who love the outdoors.”
Tamagear can be found at the #SIA14 booth 2915 January 30th – February 2nd, 2014 . For more information, please visit: http://www.tamagear.com. You can also view our full catalog at the following link. TAMAGEAR Winter 2014 Catalog
Tamagear’s mission is to create, design and develop the highest quality products for the active lifestyle, and inspire sustainable actions to benefit endangered species and habitats around the world.
For Release: January 29th, 2014
Contact: Dean Dormady
Phone: (720) 428-8156