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Comfort and performance in Carvico’s new Colorado

A bi-elastic polyamide micro techno-fabric, Colorado is said to be perfect for collections inspired by the new ‘relaxedwear’ and ‘workleisure’ trends

1st October 2020

Knitting Industry
 |  Bergamo, Italy

Sports & Activewear

Innovation, performance and comfort. These are the features of Carvico's warp-knitted stretch techno-fabrics. Among them Colorado, one of the historical references of the Bergamo-based company. Spring Summer 2022 reveals a renewed version.

A bi-elastic polyamide micro techno-fabric, Colorado is said to be perfect for collections inspired by the new ‘relaxedwear’ and ‘workleisure’ trends, as well as for the production of comfortable, high-performance and impact sportswear and leisurewear. Its soft drape is ideal for creating comfortable jumpsuits, Carvico says.

“Colorado is a fabric that wraps and embraces shapes like a second skin. It’s perfect fit gently accompanies every movement of the body while its resistance, combined with excellent UV protection (factor 50+), maintains the shape and technical and performance characteristics of the fabric itself over time,” the company adds.

“Characterized by an extremely soft peach hand and a pleasant gauzed effect, Colorado transmits a slight sensation of comfort in contact with the skin. Thanks to its soft and delicate texture, it gives a casual pampering to the wearer.”

In addition to Colorado's proven technical features, there is also a new, elegant and delicate colour range that ranges from cooler shades such as cotton blue to warmer shades such as suede and caramel, Carvico concludes.

Composition

80% PA Micro, 20% EA;

max-height: 150 cm

Weight: 190 g / m²

Length: 70 m

www.carvico.com

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