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Thermore presents revolutionary Ecodown Fibers Marble

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Jul '19
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Thermore has come up with Ecodown Fibers Marble – a revolutionary insulated fibre which gives every garment made out it a different look. The new fibre utilises the most advanced free fibre technology on the market. The Ecodown Fibers are very lofty with a high fill power, durable, recycled and white and opens a new creative dimension to thermal insulation.

“We realised there was very little to improve, technically,” said a Thermore spokesperson in a press release by the company. “There was only one thing that we could change with this product and it would make all the difference: the way it looks.

“The progress in fabric technology now allows fabrics to be very resistant and so light that you can see through them. We felt the apparel world was ready for the next challenge: using insulation to give garments unique visual interest.”

Thermore is also introducing the new Ecodown Fibers Black product. It provides a 3D colour effect using light colored fabrics. Also, it changes the hue of any fabric used, thus creating infinite possibilities and colours.  (PC)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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