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M.I.T.I.'s 4-way stretch knits focus on natural looks, texture
Nov '11
Italian warp knitter M.I.T.I. has expanded its offering of 4-way stretch brushed-back knits thanks to the introduction of a new production process based on cutting-edge knitting equipments and finishing technologies. These new additions reinforce the company's position as a world-leading supplier in this market segment.

A specialist in 4-way stretch brushed-back warp knits, M.I.T.I. is introducing two new fabric groups at the upcoming Performance Days show in November. One range offers 4-way stretch brushed-back warp knits with a natural ultra opaque look. The other focuses on texture, offered in a variety of styles. They are the latest developments from the highly creative warp knitter known for its continuing investments in new machineries and technology.

A highly functional fabric group, M.I.T.I.'s 4-way stretch brushed-back warp knits combine multiple performance properties including superior thermoregulation, top quality elasticity, excellent durability and all around high wearer comfort. The vertically integrated Italian mill has invested in cutting-edge knitting equipments and developed new finishes to achieve an ideal combination of function and aesthetics. In addition, these fabrics, available in a wide range of looks and styles, comply with Bluesign standards.

Designed for activewear and for fashion end-uses, these new warp knits fabrics by M.I.T.I. combine high stretch with soft brushed backs and are ideal for second layer garments: tops, leggings, pants and jackets.

Over the years, M.I.T.I. has developed a number of specialties and exclusive fabrics which have acquired a leading position in activewear, including Superroubaix and Thermoroubaix stretch brushed back fabrics which are world references. The recently launched MititechThermal and MititechPower brands complete the company's product offering with a full range or genuine compression performing fabrics for athletic apparel.

M.I.T.I. Spa is a vertically integrated Italian mill specialized in warp knitted stretch fabrics for activewear. Based in Zogno, Italy, the company was founded in 1931 by Vincenzo Polli and is still managed by the same family. With cutting-edge knitting, finishing and dyeing equipment, M.I.T.I. Spa produces over 8 million meters of fabric per year.

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