Grifone, a Spanish brand of outerwear that is regarded as a local version of Moncler, is reportedly looking again for new investors. Its sales were last reported at €2.1 million in 2011, down from a peak of €6 million around 2010, and they have probably gone down further lately following the loss of a license for the use of Gore-Tex membranes. Founded in 1984 under the name Téxtil Seu by the family of a local politician, Grifone has seen other investors take shares in the company including a company in Andorra, Naturtec Industries, and Sandro Rosell, former president of the Barcelona football club.