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Bemis launches new Sewfree Bonded collections
Jan '16
Bemis Associate has launched its Rapid Reaction and High Visibility Sewfree Bonded collections to designers, innovators and leading apparel manufacturers.

“The company showcased the latest additions to its Sewfree line of products at Winter Outdoor Retailer 2016 which took place January 7-10, 2016,” a Bemis press release said.

Bemis added that it is dedicated to innovative Sewfree bonding solutions that encourage customizable designs for performance, intimates and luxury products.

And that the new Rapid Reaction and High Visibility Sewfree collections were developed to continue to improve Bemis' core products and define the company's signature collections.

“Leading brands are now able to design and construct aesthetic and functional garments with a higher caliber of stretch, breathability and visibility,” it informed.

“Bemis has a laser focus on helping designers improve their garments' aesthetic and marginalise the limitations of cut and sew techniques through our innovative Sewfree bonding solutions,” said CEO Steve Howard.

“The Rapid Reaction and High Visibility Collections enable designers to incorporate subtle details that provide performance into almost any garment that differentiate a brand,” he too added.

According to Bemis, athletes strive to enhance their performance and continuously search out functional factors in sportswear to assist in this quest.

“Bemis' Rapid Reaction collection activates functionality within the garment by responding to athletes personal body climates without limiting their movement,” the company stated.

Driseam, Bemis' latest generation of Seam Reinforcement Tape (SRT), is the first of its kind functional performance SRT that repels water and wicks away moisture to keep athletes cool and dry.

The SRT is made of Drirelease, hydrophilic fibres that are water-absorbent and blended with hydrophobic fibres.

This combination, patented by Drirelease, rapidly wicks moisture away from the skin, adds breathability to a garment and ensures eco-friendly, long-term performance.

While Flowflex is a lightweight, stretchable overlay film specifically engineered for performance fabric and can be laser-cut or die cut, which offers endless design possibilities.

Flowflex integrates distinctive perforations into the film through a proprietary process, which creates airflow and moisture management capabilities.

“The result is a breathable yet uniquely aesthetic technology for functionality and is visually stimulating,” Bemis observed. (AR)

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