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Sympatex to show seamless technology at Lineapelle
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Feb '16
Sympatex Technologies is presenting 'Climate Technology Seamless' for the occupational safety sector at the Lineapelle fair which runs from February 23-25, 2016 in Milan, Italy.

According to a Sympatex Technologies press release, the innovative outer fabric technology offers waterproof knitted shafts to use in any season.

“Together with its Italian distribution Pidigi, the company will present high-performance technologies as well as the latest laminate developments,” the company added.

After launching the new highly functional outer fabric technology 'Climate Technology Seamless' for the 'City and Sportswear' sector, Sympatex now offers laminated knitted legs for customers in the occupational safety sector.

The new products are 100 per cent waterproof and windproof and in addition, are highly breathable, have a very high abrasion resistance as well as an extreme tear resistance, and are ISO 20335-7 certified.

In other advantages, the leg is seamless, so it is only taped with one seam at the heel and so, the customer can choose between a wide range of colours and knitting patterns.

“Thanks to the material mix of the 100 per cent recyclable 'guaranteed green' Sympatex membrane and the hydrophobic knitted outer material, the products can be used in any season,” Sympatex stated.

Due to the extremely absorbent material, moisture is quickly transported away from the foot and is kept away from the lining by an outward suction effect.

“The advantage is a high level of comfort and dry feet for maximum performance in all weathers,” it observed. (AR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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