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Skiing Base Layers

Knowing how to layer is vital to staying warm when skiing, snowboarding, hiking, and climbing.  And, it all starts with the layer you have closest to your skin.  For a long time outdoor enthusiasts had to choose between functionality and warmth or style and cool when selecting base layers.  No one figured out how to …

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It sure seems like it’s all glam and glitz, but don’t let this iconic ski town fool you. At first glance, Aspen doesn’t seem like it would pack that mean of a punch.  Young moms in yoga pants chauffeur toddlers in expensive-looking strollers, men in fur coats sip coffee, and the Prada store radiates in the …

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Conceived on their honeymoon as they approached the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro, Corbeaux is an idea born out of necessity, rooted in the mountains, made from bamboo and other sustainable ingredient fabrics, and dedicated to charity. It is the brainchild of Moszynski and Conover, longtime Aspen-based professional skiers and mountaineers turned social-capitalism entrepreneurs. “We were …

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Corbeaux Clothing

  Blending athlete-designed functionality in our base layers and a global philanthropic ethos in our “Join The Flight” campaign are not the only things that set Corbeaux apart from the competition. Using eco-conscious ingredient fabrics like recycled polyesters, energy-saving yarn, and bamboo is another aspect of our Aspen-based company that has consumers excited for the 2016–17 product line by …

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Corbeaux Base Layers

After a year of research-and-design conversations with athletes and retailers, the Corbeaux Clothing is excited to introduce the 2016–2017 product line. From the Colorado Rockies to the Peruvian Andes, Corbeaux’s crew has been fine tuning 14 brand new base layer designs tailored to the year-round active lifestyle we all live and pursue in the mountains. …

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Corbeaux Clothing

February 2016 was one for the history books in Aspen, Colorado—HQ for Corbeaux Clothing. 40” of cold Colorado powder blanketed Aspen between January 31 and February 3, creating some of the most heralded powder skiing Aspen locals have seen this decade. Four consecutive days of knee-deep snow made for prime sending conditions, and it seemed …

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