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Eurojersey debuts latest sensitive sculpt fabric
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Oct '13
EUROJERSEY, the leading Italian Company behind the innovative, patented Sensitive Fabrics, presents the latest Sensitive SCULPT fabric, for its innovative exclusive functional qualities and numerous benefits at Performance Days.

Sensitive SCULPT inspired by an ideal concept of beauty that is natural yet balanced and harmonious in its forms, is a fabric that corrects the figure and gives it new proportions, ideal for a wide range of purposes such as Lingerie, Swimwear and Sportswear collections. By reshaping lines and silhouettes, Sensitive SCULPT offers renewed beauty and more attractive appearance, with revitalized body’s symmetry that enhances its natural figure.

For Intimate apparel and Swimwear garments, Sensitive SCULPT ensures elegant wearability and superior comfort. It produces a slender, sculpted and nicely balanced silhouette.

In technical sports garments, the effectiveness of the Sensitive SCULPT fabric can be seen directly in the effects of the muscular compression: the muscles are enveloped to give enhanced performance. Maximum support and freedom of movement are available during physical activities thanks to the reduced thickness and good shape preservation capabilities of the fabric.

Every garment made with the new Sensitive SCULPT fabric boasts a number of highly effective benefits, including silhouette control, a high percentage of Lycra fibre (41%), superb protection from chlorine and sun lotions, an unparalleled ability to keep its shape, and extremely quick  drying.

Sensitive SCULPT fabrics come in a range of 17 colours, including coral, turquoise and violet.  It is certified XTRA LIFE LYCRA FIBRE, LYCRA BEAUTY, LYCRA BEAUTY FOR SWIMWEAR, and LYCRA SPORT FABRIC.

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