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Product Archive: July 2012

Alexandre Vinokourov Wins Gold

Mon, July 30, 2012

On Saturday, July 28th, Alexandre Vinokourov from Kazakhstan won the first cycling gold the Olympic men’s road race. He was wearing the new redesigned Specialized S-Works shoe. With a light weight, no-sew construction, this shoe used two different Clarino materials to achieve just the right amount of stretch and...
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Easton Stealth RS Pro Stock Hockey Gloves

Mon, July 23, 2012

The Easton Stealth RS Pro Stock Hockey Glove has been garnering reviews for several aspect, including it’s pre-broken in fit, and the low pilling properties of the AX Suede glove palm. Click here for the full review....
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Usain Bolt Colab with Hublot

Thu, July 12, 2012

In 2008, Usain Bolt broke the world record wearing Puma shoes made with a specially engineered Clarino Microfiber upper. This upper was lighter and sleeker than leather and the other competing materials, and clearly when you’re breaking records, every 1000th of a second counts! Now Usain has collaborated with...
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The New Nike GS

Mon, July 09, 2012

Nike’s creative drive has inspired the complete redesign of this soccer boot, proving that going green doesn’t mean sacrificing your play. The vamp call out highlights Clarino’s Tirrenina Kanga-lite, a synthetic microfiber engineered to have the stretch and recovery of Kangaroo leather while saving 35% of the carbon emission...
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Under Armour launches Spine RPM

Mon, July 02, 2012

Under Armour’s new lightweight Spine RPM uses Clarino’s DS Buck microfiber for a seamless construction that enables light weight minimalist running. Weighing only 9.7oz, this responsive running shoe mimics the curve of the spine in its outsole. For more about this shoe, follow this link....
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