Thu. Jul 18th, 2024

Teijin Frontier Co., Ltd., the Teijin Group’s fiber and products converting company, will participate in Outdoor Retailer Summer Market 2017 in Salt Lake City, U.S. from July 26th to 29th.

The Teijin Frontier stand (MR150C) will preview a new 4-dimensional bulky DeltaPeak and related hybrid materials that offer excellent combinations of performance, appearance and texture for sportswear. The stand will also promote the company’s environmental initiative, Think Eco, for environment-friendly solutions that conserve fossil resources and reduce CO2 emissions.

Teijin Frontier looks forward to strengthening its recognition and gaining new customers in the North American outdoor market through its participation in Outdoor Retailer Summer Market 2017.

Some of the many exhibits at the Teijin Frontier stand will include the following:

  • DeltaPeak: a next-generation of fabrics that integrates physical properties, functionality and quality on a highly advanced level. Thanks to its dense, flat-knit surface, it is a light and stretchable form-fitting, anti-transparent and snag-resistant fabric. The display will showcase extra-functional DeltaPeak nylon materials made with special processing technology adapted from Teijin’s renowned polyester production methods.
  • 4-dimensional bulky DeltaPeak: This new sweat-suit fabric is the latest addition to the DeltaPeak series. It offers a soft texture, high-bulkiness and lightweight due to its unique four-layer structure.
  • Octa: This fiber features a unique, highly modified cross -section of eight projecting fins aligned in a radial pattern around a hollow fiber. Notable advantages include rapid wicking and drying as well as useful bulkiness. OctaNeo is a multilayer fiber that combines Octa fiber with various man-made and natural staple fibers.
  • Solotex: This polytrimethylene terephthalate fiber is soft, stretchable, shape-retaining, dimensionally stable and brightly colored thanks to its molecular structure from a flexible spinning-like helix.

By daisen