These fabrics are intended for use between the outer- and base layers. They are used for warmth retention and include mainly fleece or other knitted fabrics. These fabrics can be brushed or bonded, but cannot be coated or laminated.

Midlayer May 2019

Lightness plays a major role in summery mid-layers, elasticity and structure. Whether synthetic fibres, wool, or cotton mixtures, three-dimensional, structured surfaces or reverse sides are key. In addition to spacers, the focus is moving to newer materials with fillings and quilting, along with diverse jacquards. Biodegradable fibres are present here, with rapidly degradable nylon alongside Tencel, Kapok and Wool. Brushed reverse sides are a thing of the past, and thus harmful micro-fibres are no longer being released.

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Labtex

Trueway

Hung's Fortune

Hemp Fortex

Chainlon

AGT

Eclat

Texet

Thygesen & Birk

Thygesen & Birk

Eusebio

Antex

Premiere Fashion

Utenos

Kingwhale

Irabbit

Lenzing

Utenos

Modestex

Flocus

Trueway

ISKO™

M.i.t.i.

Evertex

Midlayer November 2018

New fabrics that provide warmth in the Midlayers no longer have anything to do with the classic, brushed fleece materials. For Winter 2020, they are fine, light, soft, and highly elastic. Most of the finishes are smooth, but Sherpa fleece is also making a comeback. Many have the appearance of natural fibers, such as urban jersey with merino qualities. Also, fine spacer fabrics and new jacquards ensure a really diverse selection for the Midlayer. Double knits with tencel backings contribute to sustainability as they no longer release microplastic particles during washing.

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H-One

Little King Global

Makalot

Jiangsu Shenli

Pontetorto

Thygesen & Birk

Vichamptex

Pontetorto

BIHQ

Designer Textiles

PrimaLoft

Maglificio Corno

Cocona 37.5

Singtex

J2

Innova Fabrics

United Berry

Omniteksas

Omniteksas

A. Sampaio

H-One

drirelease

H-One

Evertex