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Garmatex fabrics to be used in Xcel apparel
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Mar '17
Garmatex Technologies' proprietary fabrics will be used exclusively in the product line up of ThreadX Wet/Dry Performance Apparel by Xcel Wetsuits, launched in retailers across the US. The announcement was made by Garmatex Holdings, which has recently licensed Garmatex scientifically-engineered fabric technologies and performance technologies. 
 
Garmatex Technologies (GTI) is the developer of Garmatex Holdings' recently licensed Garmatex scientifically-engineered fabric technologies and performance technologies, including a patented T3 design, Bact-Out, CoolSkin, WarmSkin, Kottinu, ColdSkin, SteelSkin, Satinu, CamoSkin, RecoverySkin, SlimSkin, AbsorbSkin and IceSkin.  Garmatex Holdings has also agreed to acquire GTI subject to customary terms and conditions.
 
GTI president and CEO Darren Berezowski says, "We are excited to be partnering with Xcel who have, for many years, been one the leading innovators in the wet suit market. Our Garmatex technical team has truly done a masterful job of creating a fabric for Xcel that is not only soft to touch but one most dynamic wet/dry performance materials ever used in the surf world."
 
Lance Varon, Xcel Wetsuits design director states that "We at Xcel are proud to call Garmatex a strategic partner in our continued efforts of sourcing the most innovative materials. In our ThreadX wet/dry performance line we were able to create that perfect all-around product that was comfortable to wear in and out of the water yet also super functional. Garmatex truly allows Xcel to continue to be a dynamic brand with a performance apparel line specially tailored to the serious athlete." (SV)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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