Stretch is added to our workwear to maximize the movability of the body. It is also added to specific areas of the garment to facilitate ventilation and comfort. One thing we are sure of is that stretch is here to stay. Let’s take a closer look at stretch fabrics and how they can be used and mixed to optimize comfort, fit and freedom of movement.
experience a new level of working comfort
The general idea behind using stretch in workwear is to maximize the movability of the body. Using stretch fabrics in our garments means we can tailor them to a slimmer fit when needed. In addition, it also makes the workwear much more comfortable to wear. When you put on our full stretch set, for example, it feels almost like a second skin. The clothes do not constrain your movements – on the contrary, they follow your every move.
The 2-way stretch only stretches in one direction and is used for garments demanding a bit more flexibility, but at the same time keeping the robust look and feel.
The 4-way stretch offers maximum flexibility in every direction. For our hybrid garments we have chosen the 4-way stretch, double weave technique for a more durable result.