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Prosperity's fabrics named top products at ISPO Textrends
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Apr '17
Courtesy: Prosperity Textile
Courtesy: Prosperity Textile
Four denim fabrics developed by Prosperity Textile have been named top products and selections of the ISPO Textrends 2017 Fall/Winter. The total selection was on display at ISPO Munich in February and then later at ISPO Beijing. Twice a year, ISPO honours innovative fabrics and components that are used to manufacture sports apparel with ISPO Textrends.

ISPO Textrends is the platform for textile innovations and components. Designers, product managers and media representatives consider it a valuable platform for pioneering textile trends and innovations. It also gives designers and product developers a comprehensive overview of exciting innovations, but it is also a unique opportunity for networking and sourcing.

"We are proud to have our denim fabrics been selected as the top products and selections of ISPO Textrends again, for our commitment to innovation and sustainability. Over the years, we have been developing denim with upgraded performances, interesting surfaces, soft touch and eco-friendly ingredients, to meet the growing demand of sportswear and outdoor apparels customers. We will continue our efforts to relentlessly drive the innovation of denim," said Xiang Gu, general manager of Prosperity Textile.

The selected fabrics include A3716-11, a denim fabric providing ultra-high abrasion resistance with 4 per cent Dyneema to offer extra protection, 2 times better in wear-resistance and strength tests, while still be light, versatile and soft. It has been selected in the top 10 of the Street Sports category. RA3939A-4 is a top 10 denim fabric in the Eco Era category. It comes with BCI Cotton, Tencel and S.Cafe (polyester made of recycled coffee grounds) to offer eco and functional denim with good odor control, quick-dry and UV-protection.

RA3240-39 denim fabric has been selected in the Street sports category. Its Coolmax all season technology provides quick-dry and lightweight warmth. The selection in the Eco Era category include RA2713-21 fabric. With 58 per cent Tencel and 33 per cent Coolmax EcoMade, which is 97 per cent sourced from recycle plastic bottles, this denim fabric delivers an amazing eco-friendly concept and cooling performance. (KD)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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