NEW ZEALAND: Icebreaker implements new fit system with Alvanon
By Petah Marian | 11 December 2012
New Zealand-based outdoor wear company Icebreaker has collaborated with fit specialist Alvanon to develop a new fit and grading system for its garments.
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