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EDDIE BAUER LAUNCHES SKI INDUSTRY’S FIRST OUTERWEAR KIT DESIGNED FOR SIT SKI ATHLETES

The BC Flyline Kit is a waterproof, insulated ski jacket and bib designed to meet the unique needs of sit skiers. It uses the highest quality materials and construction techniques.
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Garmon Chemicals Introduces Sustainable “Power Saving” Approach to Support Customers in Reducing Costs and Resource Consumption

The company’s textile auxiliaries business unit that provides chemical solutions for the denim and fashion industry, recently introduced “Power Saving”—an integrated approach to sustainability that combines processes and chemicals to save resources and reduce costs—at the denim industry show, Kingpins Amsterdam.
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W. L. Gore & Associates of the United States has unveiled the first Gore-Tex stretch fabric technology for use in military rain jackets.

A successful combination of a robust hard-shell fabric and extremely breathable stretch components has resulted in the new product technology.
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Biancalani : What’s coming up next concerning woollen fabrics?

There are several new trends arising that make good use of advanced technologies which help to create woollen fabrics with amazing designs. Like coats and oversize cardigans with different weights.
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Going digital: Swiss textile machinery shows the way

Digitalization is a big story in the world of business. It’s all about change, making use of technology to transform attitudes and create new opportunities to grow revenue.
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Conveners of the textile industry jointly support a digital platform to enhance the scaleup of a circular economy

Industry organizations, working on related circularity projects, are aligning efforts to create the infrastructure to enable the recycling of post-consumer textile waste.
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University of Cambridge have produced smart textile that integrates active electronic, sensing, energy and photonic functions

The resulting fabric can operate as a display, monitor various inputs, or store energy for later use. It can detect radiofrequency signals, touch, light and temperature.
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Ralph Lauren’s Olympic suit automatically adapt to athletes’ body temperature, keeping them warm or cool

The garment is made from intelligent insulation material that adapts the wearer’s body temperature, keeping them warm or cool without using any electronics.
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“Mover” named as 100% Plastic Free Sportswear company

With its new collection “100% Plastic Free”, the textiles company Mover is presenting a range of sports apparel that contains zero use of plastics. These innovative textiles also forego the use of plastic in zips, accessories and threads.
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New MXene-based wearable sensor may help with performance measurements during exercise

The research team recently tried combining MXene sheets with hydrogels, which produced strong sensitivity to the mechanical strain that occurs during exercise.