The ability of a circular knitted fabric or type of fiber to absorb and retain moisture, therefore contributing to its comfort level.
Acrylic Circular Knits
Acrylic circular knits are produced using acrylic, a type of synthetic fiber used as an alternative to natural fabrics, such as wool.
Acrylic fiber is a type of synthetic fiber mostly used for the creation of acrylic circular knitted fabrics, which are a synthetic alternative to wool.
American Fleece is a type of structure that can be created in any composition. It is mostly used to create sweatshirts or hoodies.
Animal Origin fibers are those extracted from animals, such as silk, hair, fur, or feathers.
Artificial Fibers are produced in a laboratory for circular knitted fabrics using natural raw substances, most commonly cellulose.
Bamboo fiber is an artificial fiber created from regenerated cellulose. Although bamboo is a natural plant, production methods of this fiber require a modern method.
Bamboo viscose is an artificial fiber made from bamboo fiber. Due to it being 100% biodegradable, bamboo fiber is one of the most natural alternatives that exist today.
Biodegradability refers to the capacity of certain products or materials to be able to naturally decompose and therefore be assimilated by the environment.
Cashmere – or cashmere wool – is a type of high-quality natural fiber. Circular knitted fabrics in cashmere are considered a luxury item due to their particular characteristics.
Cell Solution Clima
Cell Solution Clima is a type of artificial fiber produced with natural cellulose. The circular knits created with this fiber allow for thermal regulation.
Cell Solution Protection
Cell Solution Protection is an innovative type of artificial fiber to which active agents are added, making the knits a protection against some insects.
Cell Solution® is an innovative functional, artificial fiber made of Lyocell. Currently, there are two Cell Solution® alternatives: Clima and Protection.
Cellulose is a natural substance that is obtained from either the cotton plant or wood. It is one of the most common substances used to produce artificial fibers.
Circular Knitted Fabrics
Circular Knitted Fabrics are the result of a specific knitting process using a circular loom. Circular knits are characterized by their softness.
Color Retention Capacity
The ability of a circular knitted fabric to maintain its original color, despite washing or direct sunlight exposure, resisting fading or discoloration and ensuring longevity.
The Compensate certificate is an international accreditation that recognizes the efforts of a given company to offset environmental impact, promoting sustainability and responsible practices.
Cotton is a type of natural fiber, extracted from the cotton plant and used for the creation of circular knitted fabrics.
Cupro is an artificial fiber created from wasted or unprocessed cotton. Therefore, its characteristics are very similar to cotton.
Deforestation is the procedure by which large-scale forested lands are cleared to make space for several industries such as agriculture, manufacturing, or construction.