Naveena launches new high-elasticity denim with Lycra



Naveena Denim Mills has launched a group of high-elasticity denim, utilizing Lycra’s Wraptech 2.Zero tri-core expertise cloth that mixes the excessive stretch of Lycra fibre with the distinctive restoration and low shrinkage of Lycra T400 fibre. The gathering fuses the consolation and efficiency of a brilliant stretch with the look and efficiency of a inflexible denim.

Denim created from the smart-stretch yarn demonstrates good energy, low development, and a a lot decrease compression drive than typical stretch denim. In response to exams carried out by Lycra, materials created from Wraptech 2.Zero carry out higher when it comes to development, restoration, and shrinkage than many different materials with the identical elasticity degree, in accordance with Naveena.

Wraptech 2.Zero denim materials are adaptable to any silhouette, from the normal five-pocket and dressed-up denim to rugged workwear denims and cozy work-from-home types which have turn out to be so vital in the course of the COVID-19 pandemic. Denim forecasters, akin to Denim Dudes, anticipate demand for consolation types to proceed into Spring/Summer time 2022, Naveena mentioned.

Wraptech 2.Zero materials have glorious shape-retention and restoration, giving clothes a snug match that lasts all day. They’ve higher elongation, restoration, and shrinkage in comparison with different materials with the identical elasticity degree. The materials stand as much as the identical washes and finishes of a conventional inflexible cloth, with out sacrificing the consolation of a stretch jean. The materials have superior stretch and restoration, permitting for a wider match window. One jean can match a spread of sizes and styles. They’re extra sturdy and preserve their form and match longer between washes. Plus, manufacturers can request sustainable inputs akin to Lycra T400 EcoMade expertise or as much as 20 per cent post-industrial waste cotton, Naveena mentioned in a media assertion.

“Lycra is happy to have contributed to Naveena’s newest cloth assortment, Wraptech 2.0, with our Lycra fibre and Lycra T400 fibre. The leads to our lab confirmed superb outcomes when it comes to elongation, energy and development,” Silvia Toledo, senior strategic account supervisor for Lycra mentioned in a Naveena press launch.

“We’re describing Wraptech 2.Zero as a Future-Match cloth. The materials handle the 5 key attributes; consolation, innovation, power, versatility, and sustainability,” Aydan Tüzün, Naveena’s govt director of world gross sales and advertising mentioned.

Established in Karachi, Pakistan, in 2005, Naveena Denim Mills specialises in manufacturing premium yarn and denim materials, always in search of the final word union of type and performance by means of inventive engineering.

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Naveena Denim Mills has launched a group of high-elasticity denim, utilizing Lycra’s Wraptech 2.Zero tri-core expertise cloth that mixes the excessive stretch of Lycra fibre with the distinctive restoration and low shrinkage of Lycra T400 fibre. The gathering fuses the consolation and efficiency of a brilliant stretch with the look and efficiency of a inflexible denim.

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