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Spyder renews historic partnership with US Ski Team

US ski wear brand Spyder has renewed and expanded its apparel partnership with the US Ski Team until 2023, covering the 2022 Winter Olympic Games in Beijing.

Under the deal, Spyder will continue to design and create the exclusive men’s and women’s uniforms for the US Alpine Team.

For the first time, Spyder will also produce kit for the US Freestyle Team and the US Freeski Team.

The expanded partnership now covers outerwear and base-layers, and Spyder has non-exclusive rights to supply headwear, shells, pants, insulators, fleeces, training gear, gloves and eyewear.

The uniforms will be worn in over 35 domestic events each year and more than 100 events worldwide as part of the annual World Cup circuit.

The US ski teams have already competed in Spyder uniforms this year, starting with the World Championships in February 2019.

Spyder was founded in 1978 by David Jacobs, then coach of the Canadian Ski Team, and Bob Beattie, then coach of the United States Ski Team.

It became the Official Apparel Partner of the US Ski Team in 1989, and is now active in North America, Europe the Middle East and South Korea.

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