Duke brings variety in sports wear
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, May 2: Inspired with the international designing and style, Duke has lined up wide range of products for a international sporty look and at reasonable pricing.
A company release said Duke brings in T-shirts, Shorts and Lowers made from a very intelligent fabric which was amazingly breathable and has moisture management system as it absorbs sweat and dries quickly and was ideal for any physical activity.
“The new collection boasts of some very exciting color combinations. The entire collection ranges from Rs 425 onwards,” the release added.
Duke is a four decade-old Ludhiana based company and has received the coveted ITID National Award for manufacturing quality garments, ISO 9001: 2000, certificate for maintaining TQM in all the Units, Udyog Patra by Govt of India, Employee safety Award by Punjab Govt, Retail excellence Award by DFU Publications Mumbai.
Duke has also been proclaimed the number one selling T-Shirts brand in India by ORG-MARG in their Survey. Duke has an marketing network comprising over 2500 multi brand outlets and over 165 exclusive stores across major cities in India. Moreover the products are also exclusively placed at big chain stores. “The company under its expansion plan is planning to enter into Sportswear, Kids sector and Institutional and export sales in a big way,” the statement added.
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