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 November 2017

The new fabrics provide good warmth, yet are still light enough for the middle layer of a clothing system. Many new three-dimensional qualities are available, nice spacers, or new padded quilt variants as well as structured finishes. On this table, it is especially nice to see many recycled fibres and even some grades that are fully or partially biodegradable. Surprising functional stretch-grades feature a high-loft on the backings. For today's casual look, designers are using mélanges and blends with natural fibres like merino or tencel.

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Pontetorto

Sunshine Knitting

Nan Ya Plastics

Craftevo / V&A Japan

Payen - ESF

Sunny Special

Kolon

Concept III

Hologenix / Celliant

Sidonios Malhas

Derun

A. Sampaio

H-One

Tintex

H-One

Lanificio Becagli

Pontetorto

Lanificio Becagli

Long Advance

Shinkong

Tollegno 1900 Divisione Filati

Designer Textiles

Thygesen & Birk

WidePlus

Midlayer April 2017

Lightweight midlayers for the summer come with a sophisticated look. Smooth finishes dominate; the backings are soft, structured or crafted with terry loops. Spacer-materials are visible with unusual and innovative stitching. Natural fibre blends ensure good climate and moisture control. As with the baselayers, the use of Tence is on the rise in this category along with the use of prints.

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Designer Textiles

Kingwhale

Rih Jan

WidePlus

Global Merino

Piave Maitex

WidePlus

PrimaLoft

Meeting Room: Cocona/37.5

Tollegno 1900 Divisione Filati

H-One

Nan Ya Plastics

Long Advance

Pontetorto

Rih Jan

Pontetorto

Long Advance

Singtex

Premiere Fashion

Thygesen & Birk

Sheico

Stylem

Drirelease

Drirelease