The Original Oldschool Ski Company, trading as OOSC Clothing, is bringing the joy of the après ski lifestyle to the fashion of the slopes. Established by a group of friends with a passion for skiing, the team strive to be a leading name in retro-inspired sportswear, with winter and summer lines made from sustainable and recycled materials. The money raised will be used to fulfil purchase orders with some of their large retail partners, including ASOS and Zalando.
Après ski meets sustainability
All our outerwear and soft good are made from our recycled and organic materials. We understand the importance of ensuring our products are sustainable and keeping our impact on the environment to a minimum to help preserve the mountains and landscape we love. Therefore, our technical ski suit and jackets are made with 51% recycled polyester from plastic bottles, and our cotton is organically produced, which helps reduce our carbon footprint. On top of this, all fabrics are waterproof, breathable– and, of course, stylish. Sample our products for yourself via the rewards we're offering below.
We're now seeking funding to facilitate some large purchase orders we have in the pipeline. Our goods are sold both directly from our website and shop in Meribel, France as well as through our partnerships with leading retailers across the world, including various ski clubs, several outlets in Verbier. We have established partnerships with ASOS in the UK, Zalando in Europe, and Shinesty in the US; the funds raised in this campaign will allow us to fulfil these contracts and continue to increase our product range.
Where will the funds go?
Hit the slopes
Kit yourself out
Get suited up
Get a group together
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A. Hi David, glad you love the designs - we changed supplier to move all products to recycled polyester which was more expensive and we also opened or first shop at la folie douce in Meribel so we have revenue in a French business which isn't shown on our accounts - we have forecast our EBITDA margin to be 34% for FY20 with a reduction in costs due to earlier ordering and streamlining some expansion that we undertook last year - thanks
A. Hi Marcus. So you get repaid on a monthly basis. All is explained here: https://www.crowd2fund.com/loan-book-performance
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