Edelrid obtains injunction against alleged fakes

Edelrid, Vaude's subsidiary manufacturing climbing equipment, has obtained a temporary injunction against one of its competitors, the German company Q-Vita, which markets LACD (Lost Arrow Climbing Division), its own brand of climbing equipment and footwear. Q-Vita was provisionally ordered to quit offering a via ferrata climbing set that was deemed ...

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