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Insulating Lightweight Wool Fabric for Outerwear Apparels

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Apparel Online India April, 16-30, 2014

Hobbs Bonded Fibers, a nonwovens producer and Doug Hoschek of Portland, Ore. — co-developer of Polarfleece® polyester fleece in the early 1980s have introduced RAMTECT™, a 100% wool, lightweight nonwoven insulation for outerwear applications, allowing a more comfortable, form-fitting and non-quilted alternative to the puffy, quilted coats and jackets that have been popular in recent years. Wool insulation is a lightweight, natural-fiber alternative to polyester fiberfill and down insulation for outdoor apparel. Sidelining the traditionally used polyester-based fiberfill insulation for outerwear, outdoor gear and comforters now, wool has been making a comeback in all areas of apparel and textile production owing to its natural performance properties. Compared with polyester fiberfill and down, wool doesn’t flatten, blow away, burn or melt,…

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Source: Apparel Online India April, 16-30, 2014
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