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Invista steps up momentum with Lycra Sport socks at ispo
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Jan '11
INVISTA, one of the world's largest integrated producers of fibres and polymers, will showcase the latest developments in sports socks at the ISPO trade show, 6th – 9th February 2011, Munich, Germany. In addition to this reveal, INVISTA will present its latest socks trend collection featuring LYCRA fibre, LYCRA T400 fibre, LYCRA SPORT socks and LYCRA freshFX socks.

LYCRA SPORT socks were developed in response to consumer needs and the fast growing sports socks market reflecting a wide range of different sports activities. For athletes looking to further enhance their performance thanks to technically-advanced garments, LYCRA SPORT socks provide premium foot hugging stretch and recovery power designed to help move and perform. LYCRA SPORT socks, which may feature graduated compression, demonstrate INVISTA's standards for premium fit, stretch and recovery and guarantee product satisfaction even after numerous washes.

LYCRA freshFX socks stride ahead as they provide lasting freshness and confidence, thanks to the moisture management properties of LYCRA T400 fibre.

A number of brands globally have already adopted INVISTA innovative fibers in their sports socks range, such as Hilly (UK), Ridgeview (UK), Mico Sport (Italy), Pieffe (Italy). On request, INVISTA can provide buyers with a global sourcing list of manufacturers of LYCRA SPORT socks.

Socks by Mico Sport (Italy) containing LYCRA fibre:
• Socks ski official F.I.S.I. (Federazione Italiana Sport Invernali) Medium CA 0195
• Socks X-race ski light CA 1651
• Socks ski oxy-jet medium CA 0160

Sport socks by Hilly (UK) containing LYCRA fibre:
• TSA Fluo Pink
• TS Anklet White
• X-static trail

ISPO will provide INVISTA with the perfect platform to communicate with the 60,000 visitors expected at the show. Please visit the INVISTA stand at ISPO – Hall C2, stand number 310.

INVISTA


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