Musto: Marginal gains

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The concept of “marginal gains’ has been well explored and explained in recent years, especially in relation to the success of the British Cycling Team both on the Olympic velodrome and in the Tour de France with the success of Team Sky. However, as Musto’s head of marketing Nick Houchin

America’s Cup: Brace for impact (clothing)

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The clothing requirements for the next America’s Cup have more in common with motocross body armour than traditional yachting apparel. It says a lot about how much the America’s Cup has changed in the past decade that Musto will be supplying the Stars & Stripes team with gear not from its

Sam Davies on third Vendee Globe campaign

Sam Davies on third Vendée Globe campaign

Speed, reliability, skipper comfort –so far it is all going the right way for Sam Davies’ third Vendée Globe campaign. ‘I spent five days non-stop in full foulweather gear and my Musto kit was amazing,’ says Sam Davis, when discussing the first five days of the recent Route du Rhum. ‘It

Musto at the Route du Rhum

Musto at the Route du Rhum

The Route du Rhum is about as hard core as offshore racing gets. Racing 3,500 miles singlehanded across the north Atlantic in early winter is tough going, arguably on a par with the major round-the-world races. Despite the challenge of racing from Saint-Malo to Guadeloupe in November, or perhaps because

Musto’s ocean test lab

Musto's ocean test lab

It’s too easy to spend all your time in the lab when developing technical clothing but – as Musto likes to remind its customers – at some point you do also need to get wet. And when Musto says wet, it means very, very wet. The most physically demanding Volvo Ocean