Mark Szakonyi, Staff writer PONTE VEDRA â?? A Ponte Vedra company expects strong sales of its sportswear, which it says helps athletes perform better and recover faster from injury and workouts.The clothing, which offers compression and icing, has already been donned by NFL players, including some Jacksonville Jaguars, but the company, 110%, expects most buyers will be serious amateur athletes. CEO David Green and 110% board member Jim Philip declined to give revenue projections because the recently launched company hasn't gauged the extent of potential demand.They expect a lot more than 100 percent annual revenue growth for the following 4 years. The business who has sold more than 200 suits previously eight weeks, as well as the clothing was recently featured in ESPN Mag Philip said amateur athletes are pushing sac longchamp paris their health further, and that should increase the risk for product popular.â??Everyone wants to go longer,â? he said. â??Now thereâ??s longchamp pas cher pliage not merely an Iron Man [triathlon], you will find there's double sac Ã?* main longchamp soldes Ironman and a triple Ironman.â?The amount of triathlon participants has grown from 10,000 to 120,000 on the decade, where there are about 34 million runners inside the U.S., said Philip, a person in Harbor View Advisors, a Ponte Vedra boutique investment banking firm.The merchandise is just not revolutionary with what it can, he said, nevertheless it does provide a much more accessible and mobile way of recovery than strapping with a bag of ice.Nike, Saucony and Under Armourâ??s compression apparel doesnâ??t have the identical pressurized precision, and doesnâ??t hold the icing option that the 110% products do, said Green, who, along with Philip, regularly competes in triathlons and marathons. Page 1 2 3 |View All Industries: Sports, Manufacturing