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Symbiotic: the new active world of Sensitive Fabrics

Perfect for training and muscle toning in all sports, even the most extreme, the fabrics combine unique characteristics with flexibility and protection, Eurojersey reports.

18th November 2020

Knitting Industry
 |  Caronno Pertusella (VA) Italy

Sports & Activewear

With the launch of Symbiotic, leading Italian warp knitted fabrics producer Eurojersey says it is deploying all the successful performing features of its Sensitive Fabrics, which are able to adapt to the body shape and interact kindly with the skin. Perfect for training and muscle toning in all sports, even the most extreme, they combine unique characteristics with flexibility and protection, the company reports.

“Sensitive Fabrics act in perfect symbiosis with the body at all times, facilitating any movement in any context, thanks to the built-in elasticity of the patented textile construction. They sculpt the silhouette, provide the most adequate support and enable great freedom of movement, as well as regaling lightness and graduated compression,” Eurojersey explains.

© Eurojersey.

“Sensitive Fabrics invite you to unfetter your full potential, whatever your favourite sport, and to feel at ease wearing fabrics that innovatively combine functionality with good looks by flanking quality and relief textures that are fruit of a special Embossing technology,” the company adds. “Thanks to their ultra-flat surface and excellent elastic memory, Sensitive Fabrics are perfect for this innovative technique, which enables the creation of images and relief patterns directly on the fabric surface by applying heat and pressure.  The fabric takes on a three-dimensional effect without compromising any of its high-performing technical features.”

Sensitive Fabrics Website

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