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Ternua debuts latest sustainable collection

Around 50 professionals from 10 countries from three different continents have attended the sales meeting.

28th November 2019

Innovation in Textiles
 |  Mondrag√≥n


Around 50 professionals have attended the sales meeting. © Ternua

The Ternua brand has united its sales network at its Arrasate headquarters to show first-hand its Autumn/Winter 2020-2021 collection. Around 50 professionals from 10 countries from three different continents have attended this sales meeting.

Apart from the entire national sales team, the sales teams from France, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Benelux, Italy and Canada were present. Likewise, customers from the Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia, Greece, Hong Kong and Taiwan, among others, did not want to miss this event. The trip was worth it since the collection has been well received by all attendees.

“Broadly speaking, the brand continues its path of sustainability, with a 100% PFC free collection, 100% organic cotton and with 63% recycled polyester,” the company reports. “Garments from the unique Redcycle, Nutcycle and Seacycle projects continue to be designed. At the design level, Ternua has opted for more sober, more minimalist lines predominated by a soft finish. And in terms of fabrics, they have incorporated new, very functional, sustainable technical fabrics.”

“This collection also brings a surprise: the creation of a new product category aimed at the Ternua tribe that lives in cities and shares its values. In terms of accessories, Ternua has designed two new backpacks, lightweight, with very technical and functional details, and which are also made with recycled fabrics.”

Ternua is a brand that designs and produces outdoor technical clothing. It markets its garments nationally and internationally and is present in more than 20 countries in Europe, Asia and America. It belongs to the European Outdoor Group, which includes the most important outdoor and mountaineering brands in the world, who collaborate constructively and positively in promoting the common interests of the European outdoor sector.

The company designs and produces its products according to sustainability parameters. The entire Spring/Summer 2020 textiles collection is PFC-free and Commitment, which certifies the garments have been manufactured with recycled, bio-degradable or natural materials, organic cotton or bluesign certified materials.

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