Performance Apparel Market Product Developments and Innovations Report 2022: Accessories, Garments, Digital Printing, Dyeing Technologies, Fabrics, Fibers, Finishes, Footwear, Treatments, Underwear –

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “Performance Clothing Markets: Product Developments and Innovations, 2022 – Edition 2” report by Textiles Intelligence Ltd. has been added to from offer.

This report provides information on the latest developments in accessories, apparel, digital printing, dyes, dyeing technologies, fabrics, fibers, finishes, footwear, treatments and undergarments .

Additionally, it includes news from the following innovative brands and other organizations:

  • adidas

  • Archrome

  • Bolger & O’Hearn

  • Coats

  • Cordura

  • Covestro

  • Cyclone

  • Forloh

  • Hanes

  • huafeng

  • Digital Kornit (Kornit)

  • Lenzing Group (Lenzing)

  • modibodi

  • Natural fiber welding (NFW)

  • NTX

  • Oechsler

  • Burning

  • Polygiene

  • Puma

  • Ralph Lauren

  • Disinfected

  • sawing

  • Spinnova

  • Toray Industries (Toray)

  • The University of Technology Sydney (UTS)

  • Vaud

Main topics covered:



  • Oechsler and Vaude have collaborated on the development of an outdoor backpack called Novum 3D that can be recycled


  • Forloh and Polygiene have collaborated to develop a collection of men’s outerwear that has odor and insect repellent properties

  • Ralph Lauren has collaborated with Natural Fiber Welding (NFW) in the development of a polo shirt that contains yarn made from cotton fibers derived from mechanically recycled textile waste.

  • Sportswear company adidas and fiber producer Spinnova have collaborated to develop a mid-layer garment for cold weather conditions


  • Kornit Digital (Kornit) has developed a new digital direct-to-garment (DTG) printing machine for the manufacture of sportswear


  • Archroma has developed a black dye and a marine dye free of metals and halogens for use in the coloring of polyamide fabrics and polyamide blended fabrics for sports and outdoor clothing.


  • NTX has developed a waterless dye technology that will be adopted by adidas


  • Cordura has developed an eco-friendly fabric called re/cor RN66 which is made from nylon 6.6 fibers derived from pre-consumer waste

  • Lenzing Group (Lenzing) has developed a collection of environmentally friendly fabrics for use in outerwear applications


  • Surfwear brand Piping Hot and researchers from the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) will collaborate to develop a fiber made from materials derived from seaweed

  • Toray Industries (Toray) has developed a vegetable fiber called Ecodear N510


  • Bolger & O’Hearn has developed a dual action Durable Water Repellent (DWR) finish that is able to repel and release stains.


  • Coats has developed a fiber laying technology called Lattice Lite Eco for use in the manufacture of high performance footwear

  • Covestro, Cyclone and Huafeng have collaborated to develop an environmentally sustainable fabric for use in the manufacture of sports shoes


  • Sanitized has developed an anti-odor treatment without biocides

  • Sciessent has developed an anti-odor treatment without antimicrobial agents or biocides


  • Hanes has developed briefs for men designed to regulate the body temperature of the wearer

  • Puma and Modibodi have collaborated to develop a collection of performance underwear designed to be worn during menstruation

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James T. Quintero