ROJK rebrands outdoor apparel

January 7th, 2016

Stockholm-based outdoor apparel specialists Rojk has “re-engineered” as well as re-named a variety of its specialty clothing. Formerly called the Bomber Pile, the newly named PrimaLoft Micro Pile jacket is both lighter and more multifunctional than its predecessor. Its in-house developed fabric gives the Micro Pile improved wicking and insulation due to the PrimaLoft Polyester […]

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Dr. Cool launches cooling active apparel

August 14th, 2015

Dr. Cool, the apparel brand of Portsmouth, N.H.-based material innovation company Tempnology, has launched its collection of cooling apparel and accessories for men, women and children. The line, built on a foundation of chemical-free cooling, is designed for a variety of sports and other physical activities. Building upon the successful launch of Dr. Cool ice […]

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Concept III, Coolcore® form partnership

July 22nd, 2015

Concept III Textiles International of Red Bank, N.J., developers of finished fabrics for the outdoor and activewear markets, has added Coolcore® to its network of brands offering chemical-free wicking, cooling and drying performance. Coolcore’s fabrics will be presented by Concept III at the Outdoor Retailer Summer Market in August. Coolcore’s fabric technology combines fibers and […]

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Medelita lab coats feature M(3) fabric

July 9th, 2015

Medelita, San Clemente, Calif.-based maker of medical attire, has launched a new collection of lab coats featuring M(3) fabric, a “dual-effect” technology, now available after two years of research and testing. The proprietary interior material is breathable, offering moisture wicking for comfort and bacteriostatic odor-suppressing protection. The exterior finish repels fluid, soil and stains while […]

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