Wednesday, February 15, 2017


~Company to offer custom uniform program~


Beyond-X, a Swedish custom ski wear company, has assigned Reliable Racing Supply to be their exclusive U.S. distributor.  The company specializes in uniforms sold direct to race teams, clubs and mountain personnel. Beyond-X has built a solid reputation in over 30 countries for their rugged yet comfortable ski wear. They are unique in the industry, in that there are no minimum orders or re-orders for custom designs.  Beyond-X, by operating their own factory in northern Poland, has complete control over production and design throughout the manufacturing process, thereby avoiding the long production lead times normally associated with contract manufacturing in Asia. 

According to John Jacobs of Reliable Racing: “The Beyond-X program nicely complements our online catalog which features unique products for the competitive ski racer and snowboarder. The flexibility of the Beyond-X program is second to none.  Their reputation in Europe for producing rugged and long-lasting garments is legendary. We are proud to be part of the Beyond-X team!”

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About Beyond-X 

Founded in the early ‘70s by Gunnar and Karin Bergstedt, they have 12 employees in their Swedish main office with an international network of distributors and representatives that are active in over 30 countries. Beyond-X owns and operates its own factory in Poland with 70 employees. Operations include sewing textiles, screen and digital printing and embroidery.  The business is specialized, but not limited to, uniforms for alpine ski clubs, teams, ski schools and mountain personnel.

 About Reliable Racing Supply

Reliable Racing Supply (RRS) has provided ski racing enthusiasts and the ski resort industry with innovative and hard-to-find products since 1965. RRS was first to introduce flexing slalom poles called Break-A-Way® to FIS World Cup competition at Waterville Valley, NH in 1980. Break-A-Way® slalom poles were featured at the 2015 FIS Alpine Ski World Championships at Vail/Beaver Creek, and at the 1998 Nagano Olympics. Visit for more information.

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