Lycra Dual Comfort, the newest fiber technology for denim from The Lycra Company, is featured in Bluezone. It was first introduced earlier this year in ready-to-wear and is now being introduced to the denim sector. It combines comfort stretch with a cooling effect. Lycra T400 A EcoMade, a fiber with both recycled and renewable material, as well as Coolmax are used to create Lycra Dual Comfort, which benefits from their existence. The manufacturer claims that this mixture results in fabrics that are stronger than comparable fabrics created from pure cotton. The business noted that clothing created with Dual Comfort technology can also bear the Lycra XTRA Life and Coolmax brandings.
Additionally, Lycra Adaptiv is on display at the business’s Bluezone stand. According to the manufacturer, it is constructed from a polymer that adapts “proactively to match the wearer’s needs.” It went on to say that this makes jeans easier to put on and take off and gives merchants and brands a larger fit window.
The Lycra Company’s portfolio of fibers with recycled content includes Coolmax and Thermolite EcoMade, which are made entirely from textile waste or recycled PET, as well as Lycra EcoMade, which has 20% pre-consumer recycled content and Lycra EcoMade, which has 100% textile waste or recycled PET content.
LYCRA® ADAPTIV fiber creates ultra-stretch, one-size-fits-more garments that adapt to fit different body shapes and sizes, with excellent shape retention.
LYCRA® DUAL COMFORT technology combines all-day comfort, soft stretch, and durable shape retention, with moisture-wicking cooling performance.
LYCRA® EcoMade fiber is made with 20% pre-consumer recycled materials for sustainable stretch performance.
LYCRA® T400® EcoMade fiber offers the stretch and recovery of spandex in a polyester fiber made with recycled content.
COOLMAX® EcoMade technology made from 100% textile waste provides sustainable cool and dry comfort.
THERMOLITE® EcoMade technology made from 100% textile waste delivers sustainable lightweight warmth.