Terramar Sports is now the official suppliers of base layer products for the National Ski Patrol (NSP) and the Professional Ski Instructors of America and the American Association of Snowboard Instructors (PSIA-AASI).
“Skiing and snowboarding have been an important market for Terramar for more than 40 years and this investment reinforces our commitment to the sports,” said Russ Pitman, VP sales at Terramar. “These men and women work tirelessly every day to teach and keep the mountains safe and we are thrilled to be able to help keep them warm, dry and comfortable. They will be great testers for our products and we look forward to a long mutually beneficial partnership.”
PSIA-AASI will feature Terramar’s men’s TXO 2.0 due to its versatility and the product’s ability to adapt to a changing environment and the evolving needs of ski professionals.
“We’re constantly on the search for the best products in the marketplace that can help more than 31,700 of our members succeed, and we approached Terramar because of their reputation for product quality and advanced technologies,” said Mark Dorsey, PSIA-AASI’s executive director and CEO.
The National Ski Patrol chose to highlight Terramar’s Thermolator 2.0 and Cloudnine products. Available in both men’s and women’s, these base layers use midweight 360 degree stretch fabrics, providing moisture management and thermoregulation comfort technology.
“We are very excited to announce our new partnership with Terramar,” said NSP Executive Director John McMahon. “With Terramar’s technical base layer products, NSP patrollers will be able to better perform their jobs in the demanding outdoor conditions in which they work.”