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   October 19, 2018  Facebook Twitter
Technical Textile Trends: Outdoor Retailer + Snow Show'18 - Sustainability and the Snow Sports Market


In today's high-performance fabric market, Cooling Technology has become an important science. In response to consumer demands in the outdoor and activewear markets, fabrics that involve cooling technologies have become increasingly popular. Manufacturers involved in the development of fabrics and apparel for these markets have also increased their R&D target towards new cooling technologies.

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TECHNICAL TEXTILE ARTICLES Innovation at ORSMTRENDS Take a look at some of the great innovations from the 2018 Outdoor Retailer Summer Market July 23-26 in Denver featured in the FabricLink Network's Innovation Watch. Read More.
vestAPPAREL Eco-aware Swedish sportswear brand Houdini has a trick up its sleeve with edible clothing. The biodegradable garments were composted and turned into soil and fertilizer for growing vegetables. Read More.
Future FabricsTECHNICAL TEXTILES North Sails has established dominance in the world of sailmaking, and are now using that same dedication to innovation, smart design and passion to lifestyle clothing.Today'sNorth Sails is bring their lifestyle clothing to a global stage. Read More.
3D Printing For Footwear and Podiatry Since most of your waking hours is spent on your feet, it only makes sense that you should invest in quality footwear to improve your quality of life. Read more…

Gen Z’s Passion for Sustainable Products Is Fueling the Shift Toward Streetwear A 2017 NDP Group study found Gen Z is willing to spend as much as 10 to 15% more on sustainably produced clothing. A Nielsen study found nearly 75% of 15- to 20-year-olds would pay more for a sustainable product. Read more…

Spider silk helps generate electricity An international research team has used spider silk to make tiny devices to generate electricity with the help of simple pressure-inducing acts such as finger tapping, walking, and shallowing. Read more…

AIR FORCE RESEARCH LAB TO USE SILK IN SYNTHETIC FIBRES Scientists at the Air Force Research Laboratory and Purdue University are trying to apply natural silk to synthetic fibres like artificial spider silk, which is stronger than the polymer Kevlar and more flexible than nylon. Read more…

E- textiles control home appliances with the swipe of a finger Researchers have developed a new type of e-textile that is self-powered, highly sensitive and washable. Read more…

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