Scottish clothing manufacturer Endura have announced a three-year partnership with the Movistar team, starting in 2014.
Endura have confirmed they’ll still be supporting Team NetApp through to the end of 2014, and plan to work closely with both teams. The new agreement comes just one year after the other British clothing brand, Rapha, linked up with Team Sky.
The company says it aims to use the new partnership to develop their line of performance clothing. Most of the clothing, but not all of it, will be produced at their own facility in Livingston, Scotland.
“Movistar are at the top of their game and we have an excellent relationship with them,” says Director of Endura, Jim McFarlane. “Right from the start of our discussions it was clear that we shared a common vision of how to work together and of the goals that we should set ourselves in this project. Everyone at Endura is excited to be working with such a professional and talented team of people and for our part we are extremely optimistic of what we can achieve for the Team in improving performances through technical development in the Team’s clothing.”
The new Movistar Team clothing will be unveiled before the end of the year.
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