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Outlier joins hands with Tintex for new t-shirt collection

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May '20
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Pic: Tintex
Outlier has selected 100 per cent smart cotton options by Tintex to develop an experimental, box cut, heavyweight t- shirt, that they called FU/Cotton T-shirt. Outlier makes performance-driven clothing that allows the wearer to do more while owning less. Tintex makes high quality, natural based, responsible jersey fabrics combined with their core expertise.

Weighing 8oz (280gsm) the t-shirt is heavy, but thick cotton yarns knit at a low-gauge give the fabric a stand-off-the-body structure and hidden openness for wide ranging comfort, since one of the brand rule is to never constrain what you do with your day. The t-shirt is enriched by a GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) certified 100 per cent organic cotton RIB for the neck. The Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) is recognised as a leading processing standard for textiles made from organic fibres, according to Tintex.

Jersey manufacturer Tintex has over time established itself as a global leader in smart innovation. For the new upcoming collections, the company goes even beyond its pay-off Naturally Advanced to reach the new one, Naturally Advanced Evolution, which means working together to develop collections combining a strong environment-driven approach with cutting-edge technology. The result of this positive approach gave rise to collaborations with premium brands such as Outlier.

Fibre2Fashion News Desk (GK)


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