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Everest launches the world's lightest fabric

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Jun '10
Everest Textile, a research and development based textile organization based in Taiwan has developed and launched the world's thinnest 5 Denier nylon fabric.

A garment made from it is only thirty-five grams in weight and gives a feeling of not wearing any clothes.

The fabric is windproof, sprinkle-proof and breathable and it can be folded and put into pocket, so it is suitable for cycling and outdoor activities.

According to a R&D expert from Everest, the fabric satisfies user's expectations and due to its light weight, also reduces waste and energy consumption.

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