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Polartec to relaunch PolarFleece brand

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Polartec, the premium provider of innovative textile solutions, has announced the return of the iconic PolarFleece® brand.

The company is bringing back the soft hand, quality knit, and sheer versatility of genuine PolarFleece, which is warmer, lighter, and far more durable through the relaunch of PolarFleece Pullover. A combination of Polartec® Classic 200 Series Fleece and resilient, easy-moving Polartec® Power Stretch® with durable Polartec® Hardface® reinforcement in the collar, pocket, waist and cuffs ensure warmth and comfort all year long, the company claims.

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“Polartec fleece is the product that started it all, and is still the premium standard. Re-launching the PolarFleece brand is an opportunity for us to bring consumers a customized full garment that is 100 per cent recycled and made in America,” says Gary Smith, CEO, Polartec.

 

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