Italian firm, Thermore, which specializes in research, development and production of high-quality thermal insulation for apparel, has launched EVOdown, made of 100% recycled fibers from PET bottles.
EVOdown is a rolled type of blow-in fibers that bridges the gap between free fibers and standard padding. It has an ultra-soft hand and luxurious drape. EVOdown bridges the gap between free fibers and traditional padding, delivering ultra-soft hand and luxurious drape of blow-in fibers in a rolled form.
Hybrid technology, as it's known among consumers, offers increased production and manufacturing efficiency. EVOdown is the world's unique product of its kind, consisting of millions of free fibers encased by two enclosing outer layers. EVOdown-made clothing will be lightweight and smooth to the touch, with unequaled ease of maintenance, according to the business in a press statement.
EVOdown Recycled-is another step toward sustainability for the Milan-based company, which has now transformed over 97 percent of its revenue into insulations created entirely or partially from recycled fibers. While the industry speaks about future initiatives and roadmaps, this takes Thermore closer than ever to an exclusively sustainable product offer. Thermore is already on the verge of being entirely self-sustaining. Thermore has always been committed to sustainability, having pioneered and mastered the use of recycled fibers in the early 1980s.
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