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Musto, global leading sailing and country sports apparel brand, has built a technical sailing fashion empire founded on a history of innovation in developing attire for sportspeople who perform on water. Musto has been the front-runner in sailing apparel manufacturing for over half a century, engineering first-rate sailing, equestrian and shooting kits that keep sailors, horseback riders and shooters comfortable and dry.
The concept behind the company was triggered by Keith Musto's discomfort in wearing traditional sailing clothing, which slowed him down in competitions. He put forward a proposal in 1964 for two sailing clothing manufacturers, in which he championed the idea of improving their design, and when he was met with disinterest, he decided to launch his own sailing clothing line. The company piggybacked the technological breakthroughs of the '70s that were making sailing an increasingly adventurous sport, and developed better and better products to keep up with sailors' needs, based on a corporate culture which rewarded dedication and team work.
In 1976, Musto launched the Deck Coat, now an iconic sailing jacket, which has been improved continuously, but maintained its classic look. In 1977, it introduced the championship over-alls and the one piece suit featuring a visor, models which were promoted not by marketing stunts, but by word of mouth and champion endorsement. Musto was one of the first UK companies to incorporate fleece in their designs, and it created a prototype for The Snug as early as 1978. Five years later, Keith Musto designed the first two-piece drysuit. By 1985, more than half the crews on the yachts competing in the Whitbread Race were geared up with Musto clothing. In 1986, Keith Musto spotted the opportunity to expand its market base to include equestrian sportsmen, and in 1999 it expanded even further and confidently entered the realm of country clothing manufacturing. Less than three years later, the country collection already included thermals and the patented Musto 3-layer system. In 2006, Musto launched the Evolution collection with Gore Tex, Polartec, and Primaloft fabrics with cutting-edge Spandex, Lycra and SPF technology.
Musto has been supplying the Royal National Lifeboat Institution for a quarter of a century. It won the British Council Design Award for Ocean Clothing for the one-piece dry-suit in 1987, and has ever since been providing deck attire to the greatest performers in sailing.
Musto Product Care when using their products
Musto pride themselves on providing clothes, accessories and equipment which is fine for all weather conditions. However, because they've done that, they need to know that their customers will be following the handy tips below to ensure that they keep them in top shape.
-Once worn, make sure you rinse it with cold, clean water and hang to dry.
-Do not store it wet to dry otherwise it will smell.
-Similar to above, make sure you rinse it down with fresh water, and hang to dry.
-Cover the latex seals with talcum powder
-Once you've been out with them, get a non-detergent and get some warm soapy water and wipe them down and rinse with clean water.
-Then leave them to dry and store them away, away from heat sources or sunlight.
Opening Hours and Contact Information
Musto is available to answer all your queries via its website, at any hour of the day and night. The FAQs section is available for all Musto customers at http://www.musto.com/frequently-asked-questions and it covers subjects such as ordering and delivery, in-store shopping, wholesale, company information and promotions.
In the event that your inquiry has not been answered in the FAQs section, you can direct your question to a Musto customer service operator via the online contact form available at http://www.musto.com/contact-us. Musto's customer service department operates from Monday to Friday between 9am and 5pm, except on public holidays, and aims to respond to online queries within a working day.
For more urgent matters, or when you'd prefer to speak to someone in real time, you can reach the Customer Services Team for telephone assistance at +44 (0) 1268 495 824 during business hours. General company enquiries and company contact information is available at +44 (0) 1268 491 555, where the main switchboard will provide assistance.
If you'd rather write a letter to Musto, send it to the following address:
MUSTO Limited, Unit 4 Juniper West, Fenton Way, Laindon, Essex SS15 6SJ, England
Musto welcomes customer feedback at the email@example.com e-mail address.
Company Registration Information
Registered Address: Unit 4 juniper west, Fenton way, Basildon, Essex, SS15 6SJ, UK.
Company Registration Number: 01004420
VAT number: 911443162
Head Office Address:
SS15 6TR United Kingdom.
Musto recently revealed winning The Shooting Industry Awards 2014 New Clothing Product category Award for its Fenland Packaway Jacket, which will feature in the Country Collection in exciting new colours and a ladies version. The jacket had been launched at last year's CLA Game Fair, where customers effectively wiped out the stock in a matter of days as they were impressed with this lightweight, waterproof, year-round shooting coat.
Those who take inspiration from the Royal Family's latest fashion tips will be pleased to find that both The Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William sported the Musto BR1 Jacket in Auckland, earlier this year,
Musto's future projects include the Abu Dhabi Ocean Racing collaboration, which seeks to develop a range of climate-controlled offshore clothing for the 2014-2015 Volvo Ocean Race.