US: Patagonia develops water-repellent down garments
By Leonie Barrie | 16 October 2012
Outdoor clothing, footwear and equipment maker Patagonia Inc has taken a 15% equity stake in nanotechnology specialist AeonClad Coatings - with whom it has developed a water-repellent down technology set to launch next year.
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