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The Lhotse 145 goggle features an industry first: removable and washable foam to keep your goggles funk-free. In addition to that they also feature a 145-degree field of view through the NASTEK lens which filters out UVA/UVB light and allows you to see every contour of the snow in any lighting condition, from flat to bluebird.

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Adventure Sports Weekly – By By Wina Sturgeon Adventure Sports Weekly

August 11, 2016 8:47am

Aug. 10– The Outdoor Retailer’s Show comes to Salt Lake City twice a year, in summer and winter. But this year’s August show amazed everyone: vendors, spectators, and retailers as well. The featured products weren’t the tried and true outdoor products like rugged boots or tents and sleeping bags. The show was suddenly all high tech, with hundreds of startups. The outdoors will never be used in the same way.

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SIA Snow Show Daily 2016 – Day 2

Top Trends | New Exhibitors

January 28, 2016

Lindsay Konzak
>Fresh out of Field testing in Vail, Colo., and Sun Valley Idaho, D’Curve is launching its first line of ski goggles – the Lhotse and the Nuptse – at this years Show, with a focus on greater mountain vision and performance. The Denver-based company is also showing off sunglasses, helmets and apparel.

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Colorado companies working to stand out among industry giants at SIA Snow Show

Wandering through the maze of booths at the 2016 SnowSports Industries America Snow Show in the Colorado Convention Center can be overwhelming.

More than 950 winter sports brands are featured in displays that dazzle and require a map to navigate. And of those 110 are new brands or first-time exhibitors trying to get their products in front of buyers, like DCurve USA — a Wheat Ridge-based startup with a new take on goggles.

It won’t be easy, said Andre Strauss, who co-owns DCurve USA. But he’s banking on people wanting to break from what he calls the Fords and Cheveys of the industry.

“There is great interest in new startups,” he said. “We are not corporate. We are not Ford.”

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