Vaude won two OutDoor by Ispo Gold Awards in July: one for its new, seamless Lizard 1-2 P Tent and one for its new Meglis Eco 700 SYN sleeping bag. At this year's OutDoor by Ispo show in Munich, the German-based outdoor company also won another award in the category of “Outstanding Sustainability” for its Redmont 1L Jacket, made of organic wool and dyed with natural raw materials.

Adidas Terrex also won two OutDoor by Ispo Gold Awards, one for its “Windweave Light Insulation” hiking jacket and the other for its “Zupahike” hiking jacket. Adidas also won in the category of “Outstanding Urban Outdoor” for its “Myshelter Parley” jacket.

The North Face won an award in the category of “Outstanding Comfort Performance” for its “Tente Futurelight” jacket, Petzl won in the category of “Oustanding Lightness” for its “Petzl Fly” harness, and Palgero, a special brand whose T-shirts use algae from Iceland's fjords, won an award in the category of base layers for its “Merino/SeaCell Zip” long-sleeve jacket. Devold of Norway got an anward for its “Cover Zip Neck” mid-layer, and another Norwegian brand, Norrøna, won for its “Bitihorn Driflex1” trail-running jacket, although it did not exhibit at the fair.

Fjällräven won an award for its “Abisko Midsummer” hiking trousers, Toread for its “Light Change Skin” jacket, Tecnica for its “Tecnica Origin” trail-running shoes, Ortlieb for its “Up Town” bike accessories, Lowe Alpine for its “AirZone Trek 35” trekking and touring backpack, and Rab and Pajak for both its “Pajak 4Two” and its “Rab Mythic Ultra 180” sleeping bags. Vango and MSR each won an OutDoor by Ispo Gold Award for their new tents, the “MSR Hubba Hubba NX” and the “Vango Project Hydrogen,” respectively.