KORI began as a groundbreaking innovation for motorcyclists, a vision of perfect freedom and uncompromised safety.
Today, we are growing into a brand with genuinely developed products with high Swedish made quality and we have
taken our vision of freedom and safety to meet sports enthusiasts with different specializations that and likeminded needs.

For us it is the feeling and experience of the sport or activity that sets focus on which needs to be solved and how
the products should be designed.

Our first product, KORI-D3O which is a new concept of back protectors that can be transformed into a back pack.
In this blog you will follow our journey and our inspirations.

KORI Encouraging Freedom. Encouraging Safety.

Monday, March 11, 2013

Powder and sunshine with KORI

kori ocelot back protector skiing lina sundgren

We've received a greeting from our new test person Lina Sundgren who is currently in Italy in bright sunshine with lovely powder-covered mountains.

High mountains is her call, skiing is her passion and adventure is her middle name!
During 2013, Lina Sundgren will be out and test KORIOcelot our new back protector that will be launched next winter season. Lina is Environmental consultant at WSP in Malmö, she has worked for Ski Unlimited since 2006, she is involved in Camp Lofoten, and she has lived in both the Norwegian Lofoten and in the Alps.

We've followed her when she walked up the Atlas Mountains in Morocco, which brought both skiing and climbing and we will get to follow her to a ski adventure in Davos (Switzerland), in Morge (Italy), in Charmonix (France) and not to forget her favorite place on earth, Henningsvaer, Lofoten (Norway), where she will join tours and be involved in the CampLofoten. It feels incredibly inspiring for us to follow Lina on her adventures!

Linas impression KORI Ocelot is that it is flexible, lightweight and comfortable!

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kori ocelot back protector skiing lina sundgren
kori ocelot back protector skiing lina sundgren