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Performance Apparel Markets
Issue 75:
December 2022

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Fast track: "Greenhushing"--why are some apparel brands under-reporting or hiding their sustainability credentials? (14 pages)
Performance apparel markets: product developments and innovations, December 2022 (24 pages)
Military clothing and equipment: escalating global tensions spur investment (51 pages)
Profile of Carinthia: a leader in insulation materials for extreme cold weather conditions (17 pages)
Performance apparel markets: business update, December 2022 (16 pages)

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Performance apparel markets: product developments and innovations, December 2022

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This report provides information on the latest developments in additives, fabrics, fibres, finishes and treatments, finishing processes, footwear, workwear, and yarns. Furthermore, it includes news from the following innovative brands and other organisations: 3M; Alchemie Technology; Asics; Carl Weiske; DOMO Chemicals; HeiQ; Huntsman Textile Effects; Lenzing Group (Lenzing); Microban International (Microban); NNT Uniforms (NNT); On; Patagonia; Pincroft Dyeing & Printing; Polygiene; and Toray Industries (Toray).

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  • Microban International (Microban) has developed an antimicrobial additive for cotton

  • Lenzing Group (Lenzing) has collaborated in the development of new fabrics incorporating its fibres for protective wear and workwear

  • DOMO Chemicals has launched a performance fibre brand called NYLEO
  • Toray Industries (Toray) has developed 100% bio-based adipic acid for use in the manufacture of nylon 6.6 fibres

  • Alchemie Technology and HeiQ have developed a plant-based odour control treatment which is applied using an environmentally sustainable process
  • HeiQ and Patagonia have collaborated in the development of a mint-based odour control treatment
  • Huntsman Textile Effects has developed a durable water repellent (DWR) finish which is free from perfluorinated compounds (PFCS)
  • Microban International (Microban) has developed a finish which is capable of capturing odours

  • Pincroft Dyeing & Printing has developed a spray finishing process for use in the manufacture of military apparel

  • Asics has developed a trainer which is lightweight and has a low impact on the environment
  • On has developed a trainer which is manufactured using materials derived from carbon emissions

  • NNT Uniforms (NNT) and Polygiene have collaborated in the development of a range of protective workwear for front line health care professionals

  • 3M has developed a durable water repellent (DWR) yarn
  • Carl Weiske has developed a fire resistant polyester yarn called FLAMEXGREEN

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Four times a year, Performance Apparel Markets provides intelligence, expert analysis and insight on the performance apparel industry.

Performance apparel represents one of the fastest growing markets in the global textile and clothing industry--and market growth is being fuelled by an emergence of new fibres, fabrics and innovative materials. The market's growth prospects are also being spurred by increasing demand for performance properties in mainstream fashion.
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Each issue provides an authoritative source of information on key industry topics, including: antimicrobial textiles; biomaterials; biomimicry; chemical protective clothing; circularity; compression and shapewear; cosmetotextiles; environmental sustainability; finishes; flame resistant clothing; footwear; graphene; insect repellent apparel; insulation materials; medical protective clothing; military clothing and equipment; moisture management; mono materials; outdoor apparel; personal protective equipment (PPE); smart textiles; sportswear; thermoregulation; waterproof breathable textiles; wearable technology; and workwear.

A single issue of Performance Apparel Markets includes:

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    a main feature on a new or established market

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    a round-up of the latest business developments

An annual subscription to Performance Apparel Markets is a cost-effective way to keep informed about trends and developments in the global performance apparel industry.

Subscriptions are available in printed and/or digital formats. Printed and digital subscribers receive each issue in printed format in addition to a digital PDF file, which is available immediately on publication.

Subscribers also receive a complementary digital subscription to Performance Apparel Update, delivered directly by email once a month. This free supplement contains essential information on business news and the latest product developments.

Like all Textiles Intelligence publications, Performance Apparel Markets is a reliable source of independently sourced business information, and it does not carry advertising.

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