CORDURA® Fabric Featured in New Ultra Light Gear from Sea to Summit
Sea to Summit Relies on CORDURA® Brand Fabric for Lightweight Durability
To continue catering to outdoor enthusiasts seeking lightweight yet durable solutions, Sea to Summit has introduced the Ultra-Sil® Folding Bucket, Ultra-Sil® Kitchen Sink and Ultra-Sil® View Dry Sacks – all constructed with durable siliconized CORDURA® Ultralite fabric for optimal strength-to-weight ratio. Available in Spring 2012, these products are built for easy transport and bring convenience to the outdoors.
“The Sea to Summit adoption of CORDURA® Ultralite fabrics is a testament to the versatility of ourfabric,” said Cindy McNaull, global CORDURA® brand and marketing director.“Even in lighter deniers, we design our technology to support our brand promise of durable, versatile, and reliable fabric performance to help Sea to Summit products go the distance.”
The following are the latest Sea to Summit products featuring CORDURA® fabric technology:
- Weighing only one ounce, the Ultra-Sil® Folding Bucket allows easy transport of water from the creek to the campground. With the capacity to support 10 liters, the Ultra-Sil® Folding Bucket’s exceptionally lightweight design featuring CORDURA® Ultralite fabric compacts into amicro stuff sack for convenient storing and packing.
- The Ultra-Sil® Kitchen Sink is ideal for washing dirty dishes or keeping up with personal hygiene on the trail. Outfitted with handles, durable CORDURA® Ultralite fabric, and stiffener ring for support, this sink helps provide modern-day conveniences without the extra weight. The sink an hold up to 10-liters of liquid and conveniently fits into a small stuff sack for packing.
- The Ultra-Sil® View Dry Sacks featuring CORDURA® fabric are Sea to Summit’s durable, lightweight solution to protecting gear from moisture. A strong thermoplastic polyurethane window offers visibility inside the sack, making contents easy to locate. The reinforced stitching on all stress points helps fight wear and tear from repeated long-term use. The sack is available in four different colors and seven sizes, ranging from a one to 35-liter capacity.
- “We have had such success with our proprietary Ultra-Sil® fabric made with CORDURA® Ultralite fabric technology that we use it in nearly different 40 products.” said Shelley Dunbar, Marketing Director for Sea to Summit. “CORDURA® brand fabric gives us the ability to create products that are ultra lightweight and super packable without sacrificing strength and durability.”
About Sea to Summit
Celebrating 20 years of innovation, Sea to Summit, based in Perth, Western Australia, has been theinternational award-winning designer and manufacturer of lightweight backpacking and adventure travel gear distributed around the globe. As the founding sponsor of Leave No Trace Australia, Sea to Summit helped introduce the concept of minimal environmental impact to Australian adventurers in 2003. The company was named in honor of co-founder Tim Macartney-Snape’s incredible 1990 solo expedition from the Bay of Bengal in India to the top of Mt. Everest May 11. Whether your adventures take you to the sea or to a summit or places in between, Sea to Summit products will more than earn their space in your bag and gear closet. Find Sea to Summit at retailers coast-to-coast by visiting www.SeatoSummit.com.
About CORDURA® brand
INVISTA’s CORDURA® brand essence celebrates individual durability: As Long As The World Is Full Of Durable People, We’ll Keep Making Durable Fabrics™. Known for its resistance to abrasions, tears and scuffs, CORDURA® fabric is a primary ingredient in many of the world’s leading high-performance gear and apparel products ranging from luggage, upholstery and backpacks to footwear, military equipment, tactical wear, workwear and performance apparel. The CORDURA® brand is a registered trademark of INVISTA, one of the world’s largest integrated polymer, intermediates and fibers businesses. To distinguish the CORDURA® brand, the word “CORDURA®” must be spelled out in all caps in and used with an ®, and it must be followed by the word “brand” or “fabric.”
To learn more about INVISTA’s CORDURA® brand, end-use products, and marketing tools please visitwww.CORDURA.com and follow on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.
Howard, Merrell & Partners