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Creative Ticking debuts concept bed at ISPA Expo 2016
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Mar '16
Creative Ticking, a US-based producer of quality knit fabrics for the bedding market, has unveiled its concept bed Sport Support for the first time at the ongoing ISPA 2016 in Florida, US, according to a company press release.

The Sport Support concept bed features two top-of-bed products Embrace and Air Vent providing comfort and innovative sleep solutions, which are conceptualised by Creative Ticking and manufactured by Beverly Knits, its parent company.

Embrace is made to embrace the body at the moment of contact to create a more supportive sleep experience. The second product Air Vent is part of the bed surface and allows the core of the bed to breathe by letting more air permeate through the fabric, creating a cooling sleep experience.

Constance Sousa, director of design and merchandising at Creative Ticking, said, “The catalyst for the Sport Support concept bed was the design and technical abilities of modern day athletic wear. For example, with Embrace, the fabric is meant to envelope the skin and create a peaceful, cradling night's sleep, something that a typical top-of-bed fabric does not provide.”

The Sport Support concept bed is being shown in black, white and lime green, at ISPA Expo booth number 1159. (HO)

 

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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