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Founded in 1952 in Monestier-de-Clermont, Grenoble, France, Moncler is now located in Italy. Over the course of the years the brand has merged style with ongoing technological research, which harnesses the knowledge of mountaineering experts. Moncler collections combine extreme needs with day-to-day city life. Beginning in 2003, when Remo Ruffini entered in the Group, a process of repositioning of the brand was initiated through which Moncler products take on an ever more distinctive and exclusive aspect.
Moncler’s integrated and flexible business model is geared towards having direct control of the phases of production that add the greatest value, putting the pursuit of ever increasing quality at the heart of all its work. The promotion of a responsible supply chain is a fundamental part of this process; there cannot be long term growth without responsibility and respect. During the last year Moncler has established a Sustainability Unit dedicated to supporting the integration of social and environmental factors into the business decision-making
Winning style and function are the result of Moncler’s technical expertise delivered in a pant designed for snow sports. Graceful on the figure, they feature cutting-edge technical finishes which help them to perform even on the coldest days. A touch of femininity even in the snow.
Due to Moncler’s constant technical experimentation, these purely sporty, high-performance trousers have the relentless character of winter sports champions. Designed for competitive sports, the high-tech details make them adaptable to any cold weather conditions. Field-tested, to help cross the finish line with an extra edge.
A sweatshirt that looks to the experience of winter sports champions, designed for those relaxing après-ski moments. The oversized Moncler logo and iconic colour, classic signature of the brand, are transformed into a stylish detail on a piece perfect for winter in the city with the unrelenting character of those who never give up, even on the most difficult peaks.