Henri Duvillard is a ski legend, not only because he’s the only Frenchman to have won the iconic Lauberhorn descent in Wengen, Switzerland, but also because he’s one of the only seven people who won in the three different World Cup categories (descent, slalom and giant). In 1979, after an illustrious career, he decided to launch his own high-end skiwear brand. To do so, the double world champion combined his experience on the slopes to the know-how of the tailor Jean-Claude Caune. This duo of technicity and elegance is the secret behind all Duvillard jackets, pants, sweaters and underwear. The brand uses the most innovative technologies (Schoeller, Hipora, Polartec, Merinos...) and makes a point in developing its own knits and fabrics (climerstretch, toudoux and skindry). From 2013 to 2015, the brand dressed more than 17000 ski instructors with its red sweater knitted in Le Creusot in Burgundy. In 2014, the Idealp group, who also owns the French brands Filature Arpin and Skis Lacroix, takes charge of Duvillard. The shareholders may have changed but the style and quality of the Duvillard products remained the same!