Performance Apparel Markets: Product Developments and Innovations, 1st Quarter 2011

Date: April 22, 2011
Pages: 9
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Publisher: Textiles Intelligence Ltd
Report type: Strategic Report
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Performance Apparel Markets: Product Developments and Innovations, 1st Quarter 2011
This report provides information on developments in medical apparel, outdoor apparel, protective clothing, sports apparel, and workwear. It also highlights a number of new fibres, fabrics and treatments which have been developed for performance apparel. The report includes news from the following companies and organisations: Advansa, Cepovett, Cintas Corporation, the Hohenstein Institute, Icebreaker, the Institute for Textile Chemistry and Chemical Fibres (ITCF) Denkendorf, Invista, Isis, Klopman, Moving Comfort, PPSS Group, Under Armour and Unifi.
SUMMARY

FABRICS FOR PERFORMANCE APPAREL

Icebreaker has introduced a new version of its Realfleece fabric
Invista has introduced Cordura Duck fabric
Scientists at the Hohenstein Institute have developed a new range of textiles which provide
protection against electromagnetic and infrared radiation

FABRIC TREATMENTS FOR PERFORMANCE APPAREL

Scientists at the Hohenstein Institute have developed a special coating which provides textiles with “super-hydrophobic” properties

MEDICAL APPAREL

Cintas Corporation has introduced a new range of scrubs which incorporate Repreve fibres made from 100% recycled materials

OUTDOOR APPAREL

Isis has introduced a new range of outdoor clothing incorporating Cocona waterproof breathable technology

PROTECTIVE APPAREL

PPSS Group has introduced a new cut resistant T-shirt which incorporates Cut-Tex PRO fabric

SPORTS APPAREL

Moving Comfort has introduced a new range of sports brassieres made from Thermo°Cool fabric

Under Armour has introduced a new collection of moisture wicking apparel

WORKWEAR

Cepovett will develop a new workwear collection made from Klopman Vantage fabric

LIST OF FIGURES

Figure 1: Comparison of the flow resistance of a textile for standard swimsuits and Hohenstein Institute’s “super-hydrophobic” textile
Figure 2: 2.5-layer fabric which incorporates Cocona waterproof breathable technology
Figure 3: Charged Cotton T-shirt
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