The desire jacket receives the innovation award 2012 Cham from KJUS, July 25, 2011. The Swiss premium sports brand, KJUS was awarded the innovation award of the SkiMAGAZINs 2012. The readers and readers of the magazine voted the desire jacket in the category clothing to the most innovative product of the 2011/12 season. In the context of the OutDoor trade fair in Friedrichshafen KJUS the note by editor-in-Chief Florian accepted Exchange. The KJUS desire jacket is characterized by its new Dermizax NX?Membrane, which provides best possible values in terms of waterproof and breathability. In addition, the reader convinced the unique design and the variety of functional features of the jacket.
The hybrid?Down material speicherndem heat insulation and the moisture-regulating PrimLoft stand out particularly. About the premium sports brand KJUS KJUS and KJUS system are trademarks or registered trademarks of LK International AG. The LK International AG with headquarters in Cham, Canton of Zug, Switzerland, is the parent company, which developed the products of premium sports brand KJUS, manufactures and worldwide in 32 Countries distributed. KJUS was founded in 2000 and since then enjoys a solid reputation as a manufacturer of functional ski clothing and down jackets. In the year 2011 was the high-quality outdoor product range? and golf?Clothing expands. KJUS stands for independent design, outstanding quality, and maximum performance. The special cut and the use of premium stretch materials offer this comfort and freedom of movement. Each part of the KJUS ski?, golf? and outdoor?Collection reflects the enthusiasm for the sport.
You set new standards and are an expression of the KJUS performance lifestyle. (Similarly see: Jonathan Rosen PR). The products of premium sports brand KJUS are Luxembourg, Hong Kong, Holland, Italy, Ireland, Japan, Canada, Latvia, Lebanon, Lithuania, New Zealand, Norway, Austria, Poland, Scotland, Sweden, Switzerland, Slovenia, via selected retail partners in Australia, Belgium, Bulgaria, Denmark, Germany, England, Estonia, Finland, France, Grand Duchy of Slovakia, Spain, Czech Republic, Russia, Hungary, and distributed in the United States.