Fedor Holz joins Noëtics Hood as tournament ambassador

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Fedor Holz joins Noëtics Hood as tournament ambassadorNoëtics Hood´s Poker textiles are designed for globetrotting Poker professionals. The high quality and maximum comfort in design make them the best choice whether spending long hours at poker tables or travelling to a next tournament. Clothing that works perfectly on and off the poker events is the reason why Noëtics Hood first caught Fedor Holz´ attention.

Holz has had an unbelievable year on the live circuit, winning six titles at fourteen final tables and cashing for nearly $16 million along the way. Apart from his unstoppable poker skills he knows the importance the right clothing makes in live poker tournaments, getting the competition to notice you, while letting you to concentrate in the game. “I’ve been excited about the company and its product since the first moment and I can’t wait to see every poker player wearing his own individual Noëtics hoodie”, says Holz.

“Fedor Holz as Noëtics Hood´s Tournament face and Patrik Antonius as Cash Game face form together a brilliant team giving a clear picture of the level we operate at, as well as strengthening our image that our products are designed and directed to Poker players around the world” comments Ari Pakarinen, Noëtics Hood´s Executive Designer.

“I am super enthusiastic to collaborate with Holz who is not afraid to wear hoodies with unique fabric combos and textures” says Pakarinen and continues “My designs are practical and comfortable but they also reflect the energy, the tension and the passion for the game”.

Noëtics Hood was founded in 2015 and the company and its products have been well received by the world’s top poker players. The company is negotiating resell deals with casinos making their textiles available for more players.

Noëtics Hood has a clear goal of being the best known high – quality textile brand amongst poker players by 2020.

Fedor Holz joins Noëtics Hood as tournament ambassador


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