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Dcore treats 90% workout wear with Polygiene technology
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Oct '16
Courtesy: Polygiene
Courtesy: Polygiene
Swedish online fitness clothing brand Dcore now treats about 90 per cent of its workout wear with Polygiene odour control technology. After a three-year test period, Dcore is investing heavily in Polygiene technology while expanding its range of high quality gym and fitness apparel sold online. The brand is now also expanding its presence via physical stores.

According to Polygiene, the treatment is permanent and lasts at least 100 washes despite the fact that only a very small amount of silver salt is used and is the only odour-control supplier that guarantees functionality throughout the lifetime of the garment.

In addition, Polygiene odour control technology meets the requirements of European Union REACH regulations and certified according to the environment, health and safety standards of Bluesign and Oeko-Tex for environment, health and safety issues.

“I am really pleased with how well Polygiene works to make our workout clothes odour-free and how environmentally friendly Polygiene is compared to other alternatives,” Dcore's CEO Adam Tell said. (AR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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