To align with the global and local health protocols, winter sporting events and venues need to adjust. As the end of the pandemic seems unlikely in the near future, the following winter sport trends might last throughout the year 2021. Here are the following trends:
Skiing With Comfort Boots Of Nordica
Nordica, a popular manufacturer of ski products and gear, aims to launch their boots that will help ski enthusiasts and athletes enjoy winter sports with comfort. How comfortable are the boots?
They are dubbed as ‘hands-free’, which means that you are able to lock and unlock the 2-buckle harness while standing and using the other foot or the ski pole. Not only that, the elite model has a completely heatable Thermic line with just the use of a smartphone through an app.
Sustainability In The Industry Of Winter Sports
The Technical University Munich is highly promoting biopolymers to be the replacements of plastic. French ski manufacturer Rossignol is concentrating on using recycled materials in their production.
Alpina Sports has made an achievement by creating a sustainable back protector out of pure sheep’s wool. The Swedish label Spektrum depends fully on plant-based polymers out of ricin oil, castor, corn, and recycled polyester in manufacturing winter goggles. Yes, all of those movements are geared towards the sustainability of the winter sports industry.
Eco-Boosting Textile Manufacturers
The textile industries in Europe that specialize in winter clothing are starting to adapt ecological ways in their manufacturing fully. The trend can continue, mostly to reduce plastic reliance and chemical-less processes.