Materials

1. Cotton: is a natural cellulose fibre made from natural cellulose polymers, of high hydrophility (moisture and sweat absorption) and high thermal insulation capacities. This natural fibre is of vegetable origin. Cotton garments provide comfort and feel good on the skin.

2. Viscose: is a regenerated cellulose fibre, which means that the fibre is manufactured from natural cellulose in a chemical process. The hydrophility is even higher than in cotton fibres, it has high thermal insulation capacities, is softer to the touch, but has a lower tear resistance – especially wet. It is manufactured into filaments, which can be used further (Rayon) or cut into short fibres which are then spun into yarns of different thickness.

3. Modal: is a regenerated cellulose fibre, which means that the fibre is manufactured from natural cellulose in a chemical process. Its features are high hydrophility, high thermal insulation capacities, a higher tear resistance than viscose along with a softer touch, offering excellent comfort and fit.

4. Micro Modal: is a regenerated cellulose fibre similar to the modal fibre except that in the manufacturing process it is spun from much thinner filaments which produce finer fibres. Because of this, the fibres carry wonderful qualities, such as high hydrophility (absorption), soft feel, and incredible comfort.

5. Silk: is a natural protein fibre, obtained in the form of long filaments from cocoons of the Chinese silkworm. It is therefore of animal origin. The fibres and garments offer high hydrophility, incredibly soft feel, colour brilliance and superb comfort.

6. Polyamide: polyamides are chemical fibres of synthetic origin, which are manufactured from synthesized polymers and spun into filaments. These fibres have lower hydrophility and a very high tear resistance. On the market, this fibre can be referred to as: Perlon, Nylon, Meryl. In underwear, this fibre is usually combined with elastane, which provides greater functional use of the garments, offering easy care and comfort.

7. Polyamide micro (Meryl): chemical fibres of synthetic origin, similar to polyamide fibres, the only difference is that in the manufacturing process there are spun from much thinner filaments, which produce finer fibres. As a result, these fibres have even better characteristics, such as higher hydrophility, extremely soft handle and breathability. On the market this fibre can have different names. Polyamide micro Meryl refers to a polyamide micro fibre by the Italian company Nylstar. In underwear, sportswear and leisurewear this fibre is combined with with elastane, offering great comfort.

Polyamide micro fibres are on the one hand characterized by easy care and a high tear resistance, typical of polyamide fibres, but on the other their characteristics resemble those of natural fibres. As a result, they are beginning to outperform natural fibres in many areas.

8. Polyester: polyesters are chemical fibres of synthetic origin, which are manufactured from synthesized polymers and spun into filaments. These fibres have low hydrophility, very high tear resistance, high thermal insulation capacities, and a high light resistance. On the market it is known as: Diolen, Dacron, Trevira, Tergal, Terital, etc.  In underwear, these fibres are commonly used as fibres for moulded cups. The fibre is common in the manufacture of sportswear, leisurewear and upper garments.

9. Elastane: chemical fibres of synthetic origin manufactured from synthesized polymers spun into endless filaments. These are fibres with high elasticity. Rarely used as a separate fibre, they are usually combined with other synthetic and natural fibres. These fibres are used to manufacture almost every type of clothing from underwear, swimwear, sportswear, leisurewear to upper garments. The presence of elastane makes the garment fit better. In sports it offers great fit without feeling tightness. The garments are not as easily wrinkled or deformed. The presence of elastane fibres in garments gives incredible comfort.

 
 
 
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