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Nylstar launches Meryl swimwear fabric line for spring
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Mar '15
Meryl, the nylon fabric brand from Catalonian cloth company, Nylstar, has unveiled a new sustainable swimwear-specific material line for spring season.

Devoid of any chemical or thermal finishing, the fabric collection offers a smooth delicate natural second skin comfort.

The stretchable cloth line can be used in producing beach garments with less elastane which ultimately provide total freedom of movement and a perfect fit even after repeated washing and usage.

The fabric’s finest microfilaments make the apparel ultra breathable and keep perspiration away while the dull microfibre makes it highly opaque and prevents transparencies even when it is wet.

The range incorporates exclusive colour retention Meryl Deep Dye formula, which makes the colours of the fabric highly resistant to sun exposure, seawater or chlorinated water.

The durable anti-fading property of the fabric also allows attractive digital prints that can maintain its quality and sheen for a long time.

Headquartered in Blanes, Spain, Nylstar operates worldwide with a staff of over 240 employees. (PB)

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