Baselayer November 2016

Recycled yarns and blends with natural fibers certainly show that even those fabrics with high functionality standards – in particular, those featuring thermal and moisture management – are sustainable. Of special interest are the many new methods for processing merino wool that improve the natural function of these fibers and, also, the synthetic fibers that now feel very natural to the touch.

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Himatec

Eclat

Himatec

Jersey Lomellina

Erictex

Piave Maitex

M.i.t.i.

Himatec

Premiere Fashion

Eclat

Singtex

Nan Ya Plastics

Maglificio Ripa

Südwolle Group

Südwolle Group

Diyang Merino

Südwolle Group

Optimer Brands

Optimer Brands

Unifi

Thygesen & Birk

Thygesen & Birk

Unifi

Carvico

Baselayer April 2016

Odor management, quick-drying properties, UV-protection, cooling yarns, and high thermal insulation – the baselayer materials are truly all-rounders. They provide high elasticity and an absolutely pleasant feel on the skin through a blend of natural fibers like merino, kapok, or silk. A novelty is that these lightweight fabrics also provide abrasion protection, for example, with Cordura or special prints.

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Diyang Merino

Amaterrace

Brugnoli

Designer Textiles

Maglificio Moderno

Thygesen & Birk

Diyang Merino

Polartec

Flocus

New Wide

Hung's Fortune

Tai Erh

Hung's Fortune

Piave Maitex

Evertex

H-One

Shinkong

Kingwhale

Pontetorto

H-One

H-One

Penn Textile Solutions

Piave Maitex

Brugnoli