Boulder, Colo. (Nov. 20, 2013) RecoFit Compression Gear of Boulder, Colo., has been recognized as a finalist in the “Sportswear” category of the prestigious ISPO BRANDNEW contest at ISPO MUNICH 2014. This juried competition at the leading international sports business trade show highlights the best up-and-coming developers of sports gear and related start-up companies.
RecoFit designs and manufactures compression products to enhance circulation, support muscles, delay fatigue and improve recovery. Its unique approach to compression gear is its use of carbon-based technical performance fabric that is thin yet strong, breathes, disperses heat and moisture and has a negative ion charge. It is beneficial for athletes, people who stand for long periods at work or who travel on long trips, and for pregnant women.
ISPO MUNICH features 2,400 international exhibitors presenting sporting goods and fashions from outdoor, ski, action and performance sports to more than 81,000 visitors from more than 100 countries. As a BRANDNEW finalist, RecoFit will have a booth at the German trade show January 26-29, 2014.
“As a small company that makes its products in the USA, this is a huge honor,” said RecoFit’s owner Susan Eastman Walton, “and this is an exciting opportunity for us to reach an international audience.”
Well-known brands which have benefitted from the largest rookie contest in the global sporting goods industry include Go Pro, Naish Kites and On Running shoes.
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Notice Rob is rocking both the black and white RecoFit Calf Sleeves for the race! In addition to placing 2nd at the Xterra Mountain Champs he also led the kid’s race. Click here to read his race report and see fun photos!