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Since founded in 1980 ORTOVOX has stood for a sophisticated protection and comfort system for the mountains, characterized by the responsible treatment of people and nature.

Merino Wool from Tasmania

ORTOVOX has been putting its trust in wool since 1988. The first functional underwear made from Merino wool was introduced by ORTOVOX in 1995. Our expertise lies in the intelligent combination of this natural material with other innovative fabrics. The resulting easy -wear system provides unique functionality and wear-comfort properties for all mountain adventures. We know where our Merino wool comes from and can guarantee it is ethically and sustainably sourced. In 2012, ORTOVOX discovered Tasmania as a source of merino wool. The raw material for mountainwear now comes from over 60,000 sheep on selected farms. The ORTOVOX WOOL PROMISE provides the necessary transparency for the company, for dealers and for customers. This wool standard ensures that the production systems on our farms fully comply with ORTOVOX’s high quality requirements.

Climbing Mountainwear

High rock faces, isolation, combined with long climbs – that is our world. Our rope team is characterized by friendship and trust. And we also have the highest standards when it comes to materials.

Mountain Backpacks

Since 1985 we have manufactured backpacks for alpine ventures, summer and winter. As demanding alpinists, reliability and easy handling in every situation is crucial. We produce highly functional packs, offering comfort and maximum protection. Known for innovations, we believe in long lasting products that enrich all mountain experiences.

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ORTOVOX – Mountain Safety Pioneers Since 1980. We are wool experts and alpine safety pioneers. The passion for untouched snow on ski tours or freerides propels us on in just the same way as shared experiences when alpine climbing, mountaineering or on alpine tours.
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