American manufacturer of sails and nautical clothing. In 1982, at Harvard University, Robbie Doyle, one of the competitors for the Americas Cup, applied the principle of “elliptical loading” to sails, improving their performance and transforming his company into one of the most technologically advanced, with 40 sails factories all over the world. The sails of the Amerigo Vespucci and of solitary sailors such as Giovanni Soldini and Christophe Augin are manufactured by Doyle. In 1995, the firm created a line of nautical clothing and a line for leisure time, thanks to an agreement with Red, a factory specialized in this field. The men’s and women’s Collections feature high quality technical materials, perfect wearability, functionality, and comfort in sweatshirts, sweaters, jackets, trousers, skirts, T-“shirts, and polo shirts, in addition to accessories and travel bags.