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July 27th, 2005

ARC Outdoors Launches E47(TM) Anti-Odor Fabrics and Yarns

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ARC Outdoors, a leader in performance apparel and known for their ArcticShield® cold-weather clothing brand, today announced a new line of anti-odor fabrics and yarns to be sold under the E47(TM) Nano Technology brand. The brand will offer advanced anti-odor fiber technologies for licensing by other manufacturers.

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