As a leading Japanese sports apparel manufacturer with a history spanning over 60 years, Goldwin has utilized its decades of experience and technological know-how in the ski and outdoor field to create the synergy in a ski wear.
For the “SIA SNOW SHOW 2013″ – America’s largest winter sports show – in Denver, Goldwin unveiled the limited edition “Exclusive Model” line –designed and hand crafted in Japan- and an “All Mountain” collection targeting all-mountain skiers. The common theme of this collection is its ‘Minimal & Clean’ design, and its focus on “Kigokochi” (Ease of Wear). Cutting-edge technology, high quality, and aesthetics all express the Japanese mentality of “Dedication to detail”.
The common theme of this collection is its ‘Minimal & Clean’ design, and its focus on “Kigokochi” (Ease of Wear). Cutting-edge technology, high quality, and aesthetics all express the Japanese mentality of “Dedication to detail“.
Wiht a sophisticated design inspired from traditional Japanese armors and a Minimal & Clean concept, the Goldwin’s “Exclusive Model” is limited to 200 sets. The line features “URUSHI BLACK“, a Japanese traditional lacquer ware color with luxurious black metallic trims, originally developed cutting-edge technology such as laser and ultrasonic garnish, newly developed face ventilation, wrist cuffs, and pockets applied with meticulous care, high quality “4way LYCRA” woven in Japan, the best material selected and placed appropriately for each purpose based on the human anatomy.
Goldwin is a leading sports apparel company founded in 1950 in Japan with an annual turnover of approximately $600 million. Goldwin owns its R&D facility in Japan where various original technologies have been cultivated over years of experiences. Goldwin specializes in manufacturing technical and high-end sports apparel such as ski garments and compression wear.