Spyder and CBD Universe Partner to Create a Line of Hemp-Infused Products

Spyder partnered with CBD Universe to launch new hemp products. // Photo Credit: Fauna & Rae Photography.

Spyder, a globally recognized performance brand, recently partnered with CBD Universe, a private label hemp brand, to create a product line designed to support active lifestyles. The collection includes a soothing body lotion, a cooling muscle balm, a hydrating face cream, a rich-repair lip balm, a sunscreen, and a performance essentials travel set. 

Spyder's new hemp-infused travel set // Photo courtesy of Spyder

“This new line of topicals can meet the needs of elite Olympic athletes, weekend warriors, and everyone in between, which creates a great opportunity to bring these world-class products to the market,” says Daniel W. Deinst, executive vice chairman at Authentic Brands Group and owner of Spyder. 

All products contain pure cannabidiol (CBD), a compound derived from the hemp plant recognized for its success in reducing skin and muscle inflammation, along with other ingredients that aid in recovery. Active individuals can experience relief from pain through topical use of the hemp-infused collection. 

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“Anyone who spends extended periods of time outdoors knows how varying conditions can affect your skin, muscles, and joints," says Justin Pentelute, CEO of CBD Universe. "Spyder is the most trusted brand within the ski community, among athletes and active consumers globally, and CBD Universe’s topical CBD-infused products are a natural extension for this storied brand.”
 

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