Greener Horizons

Walzer, Emily
August 2006
SGB;Aug2006, Vol. 39 Issue 8, p24
Trade Publication
This article discusses the sporting goods industry during 2006. The article notes that newer yarn technologies, designed for the outdoor industry, have emerged during the 21st century. These yarn technologies are described as economically-friendly, and mix in substances such as bamboo, hemp, and SeaCell.


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