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Polygiene Freshness Helps Drive Royal Enfield Innovations 

Few brands ever come close to the global recognition achieved by Royal Enfield. A tried, tested, and trusted name in motorcycle manufacturing, the company has operated at the forefront of the industry for more than 120 years. In recent years, the company has integrated Polygiene® technology into several of its products, most notably helmet internals and apparel. In this case study, we explore Royal Enfield’s partnership with Polygiene, what benefits its customers derive from Polygiene solutions, and how the relationship has developed.

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Neuschwander’s Run WTF: “Boutique fashion for the subculture”

Ultratrail runner Flo Neuschwander can not only run fast and far - he also knows a thing or two about having the right gear. At the beginning of November 23, the German world record holder, and his wife Constanze launched their new running clothing brand RUN WTF. Polygiene sat down with the two and they told us why RUN WTF was urgently needed, what Florian Neuschwander's goals are with the new brand and what makes RUN WTF so special.

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Elevate Your Training with the MTNTOUGH Fitness App and Polygiene Freshness™ Technology

Training for the mountains requires a unique blend of strength, endurance, and mental toughness. It's about more than just physical fitness; it's about preparing yourself for the ruggedness and unpredictability of mountain terrain. This is where the MTNTOUGH Fitness App excels, offering athletes a comprehensive training program that is specifically designed to prepare them for the challenges of the mountains. And with the added benefit of Polygiene Freshness™ technology, athletes can stay fresh and focused on their training, without worrying about odors or laundry.

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Polygiene Technologies can reduce environmental impact by one third

Did you know that washing your clothes less frequently can significantly reduce your environmental impact? According to a life cycle assessment conducted by Polygiene, the global leader in antimicrobial and stay fresh technologies, you can decrease your carbon footprint by one-third simply by cutting back on laundry. By adopting this simple habit, you can be a part of the solution to environmental sustainability and contribute to a healthier planet.

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