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Owner of Aspen's newest ski shop Miller Sports Aspen is known for bringing the worlds hottest ski fashion to Aspen and will continue to do so in his new location with designer ski wear from Goldwin Ski Clothing and Toni Sailer Ski Wear.
Miller Sport Aspen is proud to announce that they will be bringing two of the worlds leaders in designer ski jackets and pants. The ski shop will be featuring Goldwin Ski Clothing and Toni Sailer Ski Wear. Two of the hottest ski fashion designers from around the globe. Goldwin is the leading Japanese manufacturer of ski wear and Toni Sailer sets the bar for style and performance in Europe.
The designers at Toni Sailer find innovative technologies and fabrics then integrate them into one of the most fashionable and functional line of ski jackets and pants available. Some pieces combine hi-tech fabrics with wool, leather and or fur in one piece, creating truly original jackets and pants. Others have unique padding patterns and shiny materials that serve a function as well as being fashion forward. With modern conveniences including lift pass pockets, snow skirts and music pockets these ski jackets really have the best of everything. In addition to down Toni Sailer uses Thermolite, a synthetic fiber made of three channels of nano fiber, spun with thermo sensitive fivers and hollow core fibers creating a thin comfortable insulation.
The look of Toni Sailer is distinctly European, bold and dramatic while at the same time classy and timeless, a combination only the most talented designers can achieve. Combined with quality craftsmanship and materials this is one of the best ski apparel in the world.
Goldwin's R&D department is proud of its 60 plus years of experience, bringing a rich history to ski fashion. Goldwin Ski Wear listens to our World Cup and Olympic athletes as well as to our customers to design the best possible skiwear products and optimize your on-snow experience. This means ski apparel that features Lightness, Warmth, Stretch and Design as 4 elements that collaborate well and create the best ski clothing. Their Speed ski line features technical elements as well as 3 dimensional body mapping and unique colors as its main characteristics. Whether an elite athlete or just someone with a deep passion for skiing Goldwin delivers a superior experience to all users. Goldwin's design principles embody the fashion as much as the function, delivery ski wear that looks as good as it performs, allowing you to feel as good as you look on the slopes.
Toni Sailer and Goldwin bring a touch of class to skiing and ski wear like no other, if you would like to be a part of these brands and buy their ski jackets and pants you can shop at Miller Sports Aspen ski shop in their sleek new location in downtown Aspen, Colorado. There is also a web site where you can purchase these great brands as well.
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