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AWI to show off MerinoPerform PRO fabric range at ispo
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Jan '11
Australian Wool Innovation will launch its new, innovative MerinoPerform PRO fabric concept at the ISPO international sports trade show in Munich, Germany in February.

MerinoPerform PRO is a new knitted fabric technology made entirely of Merino wool, which uniquely transfers both vapour and sweat away from the body, enabling the wearer to stay comfortably cool and dry during exercise.


ISPO Details:
Date: 6th – 9th February 2011
Opening hours: 9.00am to 6.00pm
Location: New Munich Trade Fair Centre
Stand A6:130A
Munich
Germany

Ideal for base-layer garments aimed at low to high activity sports, this innovation has been developed from a unique double-face 100 per cent Merino fabric.

MerinoPerform PRO is a new fabric technology, designed to deliver the highest levels of comfort and performance during sports and outdoor activities, all year round and in all climates. Made from an entirely natural fibre, Merino wool, this new high performance innovation is also ideal for consumers who are seeking an eco-friendly product.

At ISPO, AWI will also be showcasing a range of commercially available fabrics from the global MerinoPerform supply base, including MerinoPerform Next to Skin and MerinoPerform Advantage fabrics.

As well as providing information on the specifications of its MerinoPerform technology, AWI will also be available to provide advice and educational material about all aspects of working with Merino, plus information on how and from where to source it.

Established in 2001, Australian Wool Innovation (AWI) is a not-for-profit company owned by over 29,000 wool levy payers who have registered as AWI shareholders. The company invests along the global supply chain for Australian wool – from woolgrowers through to retailers.

Australian Wool Innovation (AWI)

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