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Eurojersey to display Lycra sports bra at Ispo

Jan '19
Courtesy: Eurojersey
Courtesy: Eurojersey
Eurojersey will display new sports bra edition made with Sensitive Fabrics and innovative Lycra Sport PCE certification at Ispo, in hall C5, 505. Eurojersey is a leading producer of wrap knit fabrics headquartered in Italy. Ispo Munich is a trade fair for sports equipment and fashion accessories, which will be held from February 3-6, 2019, in Germany.

In low-impact disciplines, Sensitive Fabrics provide flat silhouettes and an elasticity that follows the body with maximum comfort and an elegant fit that enhances every look. Thanks to the avant-garde certification, Lycra Sport PCE, Sensitive Fabrics provide a detailed identikit of their remarkable properties, to accurately identify the most suitable fabric for any given sports garment, no matter how complex, such as a Sports Bra. The Lycra Sport PCE Index Technology platform combines the elasticity of Lycra fibre with three key indexes: Power (P), Comfort(C) and Energy (E) (PCE), used for the performance evaluation tests of each individual fabric on a scale of 1 to 10, Eurojersey said.

Eurojersey will present a shaping sports bra in Sensitive Sculpt Light fabric with 41 per cent Lycra fibre certified Lycra Sport PCE. The metallic pigment print gives to the bra a textured and active look enhanced by the central insert in Sensitive Sculpt Light punched-out fabric for a superior breathability. Functional taping allows targeted support where necessary, following the chest line and resting under the breast.

Also on display will be an ultra-feminine action bra made from plain coloured Sensitive Plus perforated fabric with 28 per cent Lycra fibre which ensures a second skin effect, avoid the risk of friction during high impact training. It comes with a sophisticated body mapping effect taping, engineered to practice differentiated compressions by controlling breast bounce.

With this innovative certification, Sensitive Fabrics are enriched by sports-related performance, such as the control and shape retention, fabric power, and absorption of water and perspiration. The isotropic properties of Sensitive Fabrics and the high percentage of Lycra elastic fibre ensure four way stretch enabling wearers to have perfect control of their movements. The high level of compression is beneficial for muscle tone. The fine, flat and lightweight surface offers a second skin effect which contours the body. The compact knit construction offers maximum protection against the effects of UV rays, reduce moisture absorption ad it is ideal for manufacturing garments with ultrasonic welded seams, thermal welding and laser cuts. Moreover, sports bra made in Sensitive Fabrics with Lycra Sport PCE certification dry quicker and are extremely breathable.

In the case of sports bras for high impact, Sensitive Fabrics with Lycra Sport PCE technology offer the advantages of thermoregulation and no bounce. These garments do not leave pressure marks on the skin and adapt naturally to the body shape to prevent chafing. Sensitive Fabrics ensure a high level of compression and a pleasant body-hugging effect in the case of apparel designed for competitive events and strenuous training while their use in garments for less intensive sessions allow for a more elegant and feminine silhouette combined with perfect comfort and gentle support. (GK)

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