Our collection: Dolomiti Superski meets RE-BELLO

On the same wavelength. Modern technology, top quality, sustainability and social responsibility – just a few of the things Dolomiti Superski and RE-BELLO have in common. 

The family company RE-BELLO form Bolzano/Bozen only uses sustainable materials. To make its high-quality clothes even better, they use innovative fibres. The result is considerably fewer natural resources being used to make clothing that will bring a smile to your face for years. The RE-BELLO approach chimes with the Dolomiti Superski philosophy.

Online shop

Products can also be bought in the following shops:
Kauri Store Bolzano
Kauri Store Brixen
Alpin Sports Company Seis/Alpe di Siusi
Sport Badia Corvara

Our collection: Dolomiti Superski meets RE-BELLO

Materials

Organic cotton
Softer and more breathable than conventional cotton. Organic cotton uses fewer chemical fertilizers and pesticides, and instead used insects to protect the plants. This means threads aren’t damaged by chemicals while the cotton is growing. Organic cotton is also grown in crop rotation to ensure the land stays fertile and to reduce the amount of water needed.

Beech fibres
High-quality, light, and sustainable: beech fibre is produced in a closed cycle. At the end of the production process, most of the waste is reused, minimising the impact it has on the environment. 

We work based on shared values, with a view to providing high-quality products and services sustainably and innovatively.

About RE-BELLO

BUY (TIME)LESS – that’s the motto at RE-BELLO, the first Italian fashion brand to combine sustainability, design, innovation and transparency. RE-BELLO was founded in Bolzano in 2011 and is a national trailblazer – an eco-friendly fashion brand for everyone who wants to make a difference. RE-BELLO stands for sustainable rebellion. Say no to fast fashion: choose timeless style and slow fashion, respecting the environment and everyone in it. The materials used are carefully selected from certified sustainable producers in Italy and around the Mediterranean. Less is more – for a better future.

Find out moreFind out more