Thermore's Ecodown Fibers Genius is a revolutionary free fiber idea for outdoor clothing insulation.
The fibers’ specifically designed structure is supposed to organically interweave to reduce cold spots and clumping, resulting in a consistent and stable layer of insulation. Thermore says it is so successful that it will persuade anyone who is skeptical about using free fibers instead of bonded rolled goods to reconsider.
The free fiber construction adds to the insulation's durability and makes it simple to use - it can be blown into baffles and panels, or manually filled, and it can even be used with bespoke patterns and squares (plaid constructions).
Ecodown Fibres Genius is also the only free fiber solution that is so durable that it becomes up to 10% warmer after washing, and Thermore refers to it as "the Swiss army knife of free fiber goods" since it provides for endless design possibilities.
Thermore, located in Milan, Italy, specializes in the development, manufacture, and marketing of high-quality thermal insulation for garments, serving companies in the outerwear industry through a global sales network and manufacturing facilities in both the Far East and Europe. It was the first firm to provide sustainable insulation in the 1980s, and it is currently focusing its efforts on environmentally friendly innovation, primarily employing polyester fibers recovered from PET bottles.
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