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Polyamide yarns combine excellent physical properties with softness and elasticity. Items produced with this material have great durability, ease of care, high comfort, and breathability.

Recycled Polyamide

100% recycled material obtained from regenerated and post-consumer raw material.


Polyester is a synthetic fiber (man-made) composed of terephthalic acid or dimethyl terephthalate (diacid) and ethylene glycol (diaalcohol). It has excellent mechanical properties such as tensile strength and good elongation. Fabrics and knits made with polyester yarn are used extensively in footwear and textile products.

Polyester knits have specific advantages over fabrics with natural fibers such as wrinkle resistance, durability, and color retention. As a result, polyester fibers are heavily blended with natural fibers to produce a fabric with synthetic fiber properties without losing the feel of natural fibers.

Recycled Polyester

100% recycled material obtained from raw material recovered from the environment.


TENCEL™ Lyocell fibers are extracted from sustainably grown wood using a unique closed loop system which recovers and reuses the solvents used, minimizing the environmental impact of production. Unique physical properties lead to their high tenacity profile, efficient moisture management and gentleness to skin.

This material is 100% biodegradable without compromising the performance of the product in any way.

Organic Cotton

Based on the principles of organic agriculture, with the goal of reducing the environmental impact on soils and on human beings, caused by conventional production, organic cotton is thus created, a product free of harmful substances for the planet. Grown without the use of pesticides, herbicides or other chemical fertilizers, this natural fiber is simply the best for the environment and health.

PLA – Corn fiber

100% biodegradable yarn made from corn. This yarn has the particularity of being biodegradable in 3 years instead 75 years as common fibers. The production of this yarn is less harmful because it generates less -70% of CO2 emissions and consumes less -42% of energy.