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Carvico launches range of eco-sustainable fabrics Xlance

11th Jun 2020

Carvico, a producer of warp-knit stretch fabrics, has launched Xlance, a whole range of eco-sustainable fabrics designed to promote re-use, recycling and respect for our environment. These fabrics boasts extraordinary performances in terms of resistance to chlorine, ensures perfect fit, exceptional comfort and a unique, and elegant Made in Italy style.
These fabrics are bound to revolutionise the world of swimwear and sportswear.
Xlance fabrics put together Xlance unique, high-tech elastomeric fibre and a selection of exceptional and eco-sustainable yarns to meet the requirements of the market and the latest swimwear and sportswear trends.
Xlance fabrics are resistant to chlorine, suntan creams and oils and also UV protective (UPF 50+).
Moreover, they are eco-sustainable. Carvico has always operated in the view to safeguarding the environment promoting a more sustainable fashion. Xlance fabrics stem from a long and thorough research process for fully sustainable raw materials and production processes.
Xlance elastomer is produced without the use of solvents and can be thermoset at lower temperatures compared to fabrics containing standard elastomers thus reducing CO2 emissions and saving relevant amounts of energy.  
Xlance elastomer is here mixed with several eco-sustainable yarns: Econyl, a 100 per cent regenerated nylon yarn from pre and post consumer waste materials such as discarded fishing nets, carpet fluff and tulle, and a regenerated polyester yarn from PET bottles (used in Xlance Play).
Xlance fabrics ensure a perfect fit and maximum comfort, and fit the body like a second skin adapting and shaping its curves and offering athletes support and maximum freedom of movement, Soft and pleasant to the touch, all these fabrics are suitable for printing (sublimation and digital). Xlance Eco is also available in 15 amazing colours.

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