Teijin Frontier Co., Ltd. is showcasing a range of high-performance fabrics at Performance Days, a show that introduces functional fabrics for sportswear, athleisure, corporate wear and workwear.
The show is taking place at Messe Munchen in Munich, Germany on November 28th and 29th. This is Teijin Frontier’s ninth appearance at the event.
The Teijin Frontier stand (Booth I10) is showcasing hybrid materials with a focus on the DeltaPeak series that offer excellent combinations of performance, appearance and texture for sportswear.
Specific exhibits include:
DeltaPeak: Teijin Frontier’s next generation of fabrics that offer a well-balanced combination of softness, durability, elasticity, ultraviolet protection and anti-transparency. Wind-blocking property can be added utilizing its dense, flat-knit surface.
Four-dimensional bulky DeltaPeak: This new sweat-suit fabric is a new addition to the DeltaPeak series, and offers soft texture, high bulkiness and lightweight thanks to its unique four-layer structure. The booth is showcasing a new DeltaPeak line: a two-in-one sweat-suit fabric that combines water repellency with sweat-absorbing property.
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. Another type of Octa is a comfort material integrated with insulation and lining.
Fluorocarbon-free water-repellent materials: Fluorocarbon, a halocarbon in which certain hydrogen atoms are replaced with fluorine, is a greenhouse gas targeted under the Kyoto Protocol. Fluorine buildup is thought to be harmful to the human body and environment. Teijin Frontier has been developing durable and water-repellent fluorocarbon-free materials as part of its commitment to environmental protection.
Solotex: Teijin Frontier’s polytrimethylene terephthalate fiber is highly soft, stretchable, shape retaining and durable. As a partially bio-derived material, it also helps to conserve fossil resources.