AFTCO introduces its first ever recyclable apparel
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ICAST award-winning fishing apparel and accessories suppler, AFTCO, has introduced seven new products at this year’s digital event, including a pair of shorts made of a recyclable material.
The company, which won two awards at the show in Orlando last July for the second year in a row, has launched Saba, boardshorts that are made out of sustainable 88% polyester and 12% feather-light spandex fabric. It is AFTCO’s first venture into producing recyclable clothing.
The company has also introduced an upgraded version of its Reaper windproof jacket. It is made from a durable stretch soft shell ripstop fabric with an ‘ultra-warm’ Hexatron fleece lining and integrated facemask.
Other newcomers to its portfolio of products include new fishing shorts, women’s waterproof bib and jacket, fillet knives, gloves and a Japanese-made fluorocarbon leader.