NoRain water repellent finish comes to a light weight stretch Lycra® to use as a stretch/breathable component in extremely light weight garments.
Extremely aerodynamic structured fabric, characterized by a soft hand and a high degree of stretch, thus providing a comfortable fit. The surface texture facilitates excellent moisture wicking. 100% polyester multibava fabric.
This innovative new fabric is ideal for outer shells. It features 10,000 mm water column for complete waterproof protection, 10,000 mv/p breathability, and remarkable stretch thanks to its elastic polyurethane membrane. This innovative new fabric is ideal for outer shells
Light weight microfiber jersey fabric with excellent wicking and stretch with a smooth face.
Compression fit is added to all the benefits of Sensitive: soft hand, matte finish, excellent moisture management, UV resistance. We like it for high end shorts.
So light it’s almost not there. This new generation of impossibly light 100% polyester microfiber fabrics is ideal for very technical garments where light weight and quick drying are a priority. While seemingly semi-transparent, it still blocks 90% of UV light.
Windstopper® Active Shell is used for the lightest-weight windproof clothing from W.L. Gore. We chose this fabric specifically to guarantee a complete wind barrier in combination with maximum breathability and water repellency
Microfiber fabric with a refined look, offering incomparably soft contact with the skin. Highly breathable, which keeps the body dry and cool.
Medium-weight two-way-stretch fabric, very comfortable against the skin, with durable water-repellent treatment. Combines excellent wind resistance with strength and breathability.
Revolutionary windproof fabric that sets new standards in light weight. 7 denier yarns allow us to make this ripstop fabric that weighs only 24g per square meter, yet it is totally windproof. Thanks to it’s durable water repellent finish, light rain rolls off, while an anti- wrinkle treatment makes wrinkles disappear. This fabric is used to make the lightest, most compact protection garments available today