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Read conversations with trailblazers, game changers and innovators in apparel.

Philipp Bachinger - Freeing Your Feet with minimalist footwear


Free Your Feet (FYF) was originally inspired by the needs of kite surfers who require protection against hidden sharp objects while still being able to be in sync with their board. Co-founder Philipp Bachinger explains why Dyneema® was essential in creating protective minimalist footwear that “is ten times better than anything that previously existed.”

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Conroy Nachtigall - The mission to create an ultimate alpine jacket


Canadian apparel designer Conroy Nachtigall has spent 15years creating technical urban clothing – geared to outdoor performance, yet aesthetically suited to the city. In 2016, TheDyneema® Project commissioned Conroy to create an ultimate alpine jacket with Dyneema® fabric that could withstand extreme alpine conditions.

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Nick Gosseen - State-of-the-art cycling shoes


Like so many high-performance sports, cycling requires materials that can keep up with its athletes – ultra-light for speed and ultra-strong for protection. Nick Gosseen leads teams at Specialized Bicycles in building innovative products to send cycling into the future.

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Ashley Watson - Pushing the limits of motorcycle apparel


After years of working for some of the UK’s top brands, Ashley Watson set up his own label for highly functional motorcycle apparel. For his new Dyneema®-infused Eversholt motorcycle jacket, he took it on a month-long expedition across Europe.

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Alasdair Leighton Crawford - The future of high tech apparel


Former professional rower Alasdair Leighton-Crawford is a London-based trained tailor and sportswear designer/maker. As founder of CIMORO, he’s a self-styled ‘future master craftsman’ producing luxury high-performance sportswear apparel.

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Allen Little - 'One amazing fabric'


Allen Little was born into textiles. Beginning at his family’s business three decades ago, he is now the Director of Product Development at Cone Denim – a company renown for being on the cutting-edge of denim.

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Chico MacMurtrie - The Soft-Machines


Visual artist Chico MacMurtrie creates large-scale robotic sculptures, installations, and performances that reflect a deep fascination for both living organisms and contemporary technology.

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Jotaro Yoshida - Enlightening the outdoor experience


The pyramid shape is primitive, but the shelters from LOCUS GEAR are far from simplistic. The lightest and strongest materials are what founder and designer Jotaro Yoshida has always been looking for.

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Jan Chipchase - Discreet gear for discerning travellers


SDR Traveller founder Jan Chipchase relies on Dyneema® for the deliberately low-key looking luggage and accessories the brand creates for the discerning globetrotter.

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Tim Evans - Floating on water


Outdoor enthusiast Tim Evans wanted a folding kayak but couldn’t find any that were up to his expectations. He decided to take matters in his own hands and started experimenting using a frame of aluminum and carbon fiber tubes and a Dyneema® Flexible Composite skin.

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Marcel Geser - Garments of tomorrow


Development Never Stops has a highly unique, “laboratory” type studio set up where they combine their vast knowledge with state of the art machinery to create the technical garments of tomorrow.

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Mike St. Pierre - Walk on the light side


Embracing innovations in materials technology and striving to be the ‘Leaders in Lightweight™', Hyperlite Mountain Gear is one of the trailblazers of a new generation of ultralight hiking gear.

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Joseph Jenkins - Bulletproof sartorialist


Joseph Jenkins (24) is a bulletproof sartorialist. This London based bespoke tailor creates made-to-measure body protection with Dyneema®. Jenkins’ pieces are highly functional garments, with the looks of a true piece of art.

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Outlier - All for the sake of the future of clothing


The unique properties of Dyneema® seem to go hand in hand with the design philosophy of Outlier. This New York based clothing label strives to truly implement the properties of fabrics into their designs.

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Neil Bell - Making a classic last longer


Neil Bell has been innovating denim for a large part of his working life. After having been global fabric innovation manager at Levi Strauss & Co (where he worked on the development of Levi’s ‘501 Strong’, using Dyneema®) for 14 years, he now works for DSM Dyneema on business and product development. San Francisco is his home base.

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Saint - 20 times tougher than a standard denim


Saint is a brand new Australian motorcycle inspired clothing label, conceived by avid motor rider Mike Lelliot. Lelliot blends fibers such as Dyneema® with naturals like cotton, wool and silk, to design motorcycle denim that outperforms your typical jeans and jacket.

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