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Cordura fabrics recognised by ISPO Textrends 2019

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 Invista’s Cordura brand has been recognised by ISPO Textrends 2019 for the fifth year running for outstanding innovation, with fabrics awarded by a jury of international industry experts based on the opportunities they present for designers and product managers.

 

 

Comprised of a wide portfolio of forward-looking technologies, this year’s winners aligned with three of the key textile trends identified by the ISPO Textrends team as shaping the global market for Fall/Winter 2020-2021.

Cordura fabrics recognised by ISPO Textrends 2019. © Cordura brand

“We are honoured to be recognised at ISPO Textrends for our latest fabric technologies,” said Cindy McNaull, Global Cordura Business Development Director. “We work to develop fabrics that are not only creative from a technical standpoint, but that elicit an emotional connection between the end-user and final product.”

 

 

“By building durable bonds with our supply chain partners and collectively listening to the voices of our customers, we remain dedicated to developing innovative, on-trend, durable fabric solutions including the exciting array of Cordura fabrics recognised in this year’s ISPO Textrends awards, which are helping to pave the way for a new generation of consumer products in 2020-2021.”

 

Gravitas
ISPO Textrend Gravitas represents the desire to get far more out of outdoor gear. It spotlights durable lightweight fabrics that deliver the high-tenacity appeal, enhancement and protection of their heavier predecessors, but with new dynamics.

Cordura fabrics recognised by ISPO Textrends 2019. © Cordura brand

Cordura 4ever knit fabric from Yoonia was awarded Best Product in the Second Layer category. Made with 100% synthetic yarns, this soft, yet-strong, technical mid-layer fabric delivers long-lasting durable performance and power for technical hoodies for running, climbing, hiking and other active outdoor applications. According to ISPO Textrends, “fabrics such as these are in harmony with the megatrends that provide a good vision of wher the future of textiles will take us.”

 

Altruistic
Altruistic honours traditional processes and ingredients that have been reimagined in new ways to create cleaner, more efficient products and more sustainable concepts.

Cordura fabrics recognised by ISPO Textrends 2019. © Cordura brand

Cordura 4ever Nyco knit fabric from Yoonia was seleced as a Top 10 product in the Second Layer category. This fabric aims to provide a traditional, natural look with enhanced abrasion resistance, and is made from an intimate blend of Invista T420 nylon 6,6 with cotton. “In meeting the award criteria, Cordura 4ever Nyco knit fabric demonstrates how natural and synthetic fibres continue their hybridised journey, bringing together the best of both worlds to create harmonious results,” the company explains.

 

Disruption
Disruption nods to fundamental forms of the past, enhanced with a rebellious streak and avant-garde twist. Cordura TrueLock fabric in the new Wolf Gray shade won in the Soft Equipment category – a durable, sustainable option for bags, packs and accessories. The process of colour encapsulation used in Cordura TrueLock fibre offers several environmental benefits, such as reduced water and energy consumption, and reduced dye and chemical usage in textile processing.

Cordura fabrics recognised by ISPO Textrends 2019. © Cordura brand

Cordura Naturalle fabrics from HuaMao and U-Long were Top 10 winners in the Street Sports and Second Layer categories. Cordura Naturalle fabrics are outer layer fabrics designed for active endurance sports apparel worn in the urban jungle or on the mountain slopes. Weighing in at less than 200 gsm, they are designed to offer a high strength-to-weight ratio and enhanced resistance to tensile tear and abrasions.

 

Cordura AFT fabrics from Tiong Liong Corporation were Soft Equipment category Top 10 winners. Designed for the footwear of the future, these fabric technologies offer lightweight, breathable knit/3D mesh fabric constructions that combine tactile and optical appeal with enhanced durability and long-lasting performance.


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