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Japanese fabric + made in Italy
Coolmax is the brand name for a series of polyester fabrics developed and marketed by The Lycra Company. Coolmax is marketed as "moisture-wicking" and "breathable". As a polyester, it is moderately hydrophobic, so it absorbs little fluid and dries relatively quickly.
linen fiber - sustainable
Absorbency: It draws heat away from the body, keeping you cooler in the warmer months and gives warmth during the cold months of the year. It has great thermoregulation.
Strength: Linen is about 30% stronger than cotton, making linen fabrics durable for several decades.
Thermoregulation: It draws heat away from the body, keeping you cooler in the warmer months and gives warmth during the cold months of the year. it has great heat conductivity.
Comfort: Being a natural fiber it is really cosy and comfy to wear.
Antiallergic: Because of the natural flax, there are no allergic reactions using linen and hence it is helpful in treating a number of allergic disorders.
UVA ray resistant
is another natural plant based fiber that will biodegrade after it is discarded making it a more eco-friendly option.Linen doesn’t require the use of pesticides, and can be used entire flax plant.
ramie fiber - sustainable
Ramie is one of the strongest natural fibers. It exhibits even greater strength when wet. Ramie fiber is known especially for its ability to hold shape, reduce wrinkling, and introduce a silky lustre to the fabric appearance. It is not as durable as other fibers, so is usually used as a blend with other fibers such as cotton or wool. It is similar to linen in absorbency, density, and microscopic appearance.