David Jacobs wasn't enough what he saw. There had to be more possible. There was - so much in advance - more possible. There was only one supplier in 1978 for the ski races of his sons. Only one. "Too little", Jacobs thought and decided to use his own experience to take ski clothing to a new level. Know-how in winter sports apparel was present in the face of victories at the Quebec Kandahar, the Canadian Downhill Championship, and due to his membership in the Canadian national team. And the success came. The tops of Jacobs' newly founded brand sold so well that pants followed shortly afterwards. Above all a very special one. It was blue. Yellow pads stretched from the knee to the hip. Bill Jacobs told his father that other skiers would have felt reminded of "spider pants" when they looked at them. The finale of the search for a concise name. Jacobs, the friend of fast sports cars, borrowed the "y" of the Ferrari Spyder and renamed his company. Spyder was born.
It worked. With a new name Spyder extended its portfolio with Ski racing trousers, padded tops, sunglasses and racing accessories. Nevertheless, David Jacobs' kitchen was expelled for two years. Time jump. 1994: The year in which the fire achieved a stroke of genius. With SpeedWyre Spyder had developed a technology for racing suits, which should reduce air resistance by 40 percent. US ski racers, who have been equipping the brand since 1989, expressed their gratitude. It rained medals - until the international ski federation, the FIS, banned SpeedWyre in 1997. It was said that the technology simply gave athletes too many advantages. Gift.
You are interested in the symbol of innovation anyway. It is crucial for you that Spyder article gives you stylish as well as - and above all - high-quality, innovative parts on your tour into the mountains. Your aim is to take high-tech from the racing circus with you on the slopes. That you wear trousers, jackets, accessories one of the most renowned ski brands on the planet. But that's not all. As Spyder has long been dedicated to Freeskiing in addition to the classic racing circus, and attaches great importance to stylish designs, you will get pure athleisure as the crowning glory. Equipment for mountains and cities, for slopes and roads. In the mid-2000s Spyder was sold to the American Authentic Brands Group LLC, who market Marilyn Monroe, Elvis Presley and Michael Jackson among others.
Spyder ski jackets and ski pants are not only convincing because of their excellent material properties and functions - the ski clothing also scores with eye-catching designs and sporty looks. The striking logo with the spider, which is prominently displayed on jackets and trousers, stands for the guiding principle of the American ski clothing manufacturer: "Live Life Fast." Spyder ski clothing is easily recognisable by its mostly monochrome styles, which are interspersed with colourful, partly gaudy elements. Collections of Ladies skiwear are often available with large shapes, lively neon colours and fashionable cuts. The Spyder men's fashion looks somewhat calmer and less conspicuous. Stretchy and high-quality mixed fabrics made of polyamide, nylon and elastane with special flatlock seams ensure that Spyder ski clothing fits your body perfectly.
To ensure that you're wrapped in the finest fabric, Spyder works with some of the most renowned and best material tinkerers in the outdoor world. GORE-TEX® provides breathability, protects you from wind and wetness. Primaloft imitates down, stays in shape even better and insulates you effectively against cold. Wrapped in Spyder, even the densest snowstorms and the most intense wind will not elicit more than a superior smile. To keep it that way, Brand works together with international top athletes, who execute the products again and again under the toughest conditions. US-Skistar Julia Mancuso belongs to the Spyder team as well as Freerider Owen Leeper, Free-Skierin Amie Engerbreston or extreme skier Chris Davenport. Your advantage. With Spyder you get outdoor clothing for ski tours or the day on the slopes - like for example the new Spyder Tordrillo ski jacket . The brand also likes to equip the next generation. David Jacobs could have meant this by "even more".