Materials and fabrics we use

PRO DRY™

ProDry™ are the materials you wear closest to your skin. They transport moisture and allow it to pass to the outer layer. With ProDry™ there you don’t have to have damp and cold garments next to your body.

 

PRO THERMAL™

Pro Thermal™ are the materials that afford effective insulation against both heat and cold. The materials detect and dispose of surplus heat at the same time that they keep out unneeded cold. Pro Thermal™ keeps body temperature at an even and pleasant level all day.

 

PRO VENT™

Pro Vent™ are the materials with high breathability. They let out moisture and superfluous heat. They withstand rain, snow and wind. Pro Vent™ are resilient, protective materials worn on the very outside.

 

PRO TEC™

Pro Tec™ are the materials that afford effective protection against exterior effects. They are very resistant to wear and to tearing. Pro Tec™ is suited to extremely strenuous work in rough environments. 

 

COTTON

Cotton is a soft and comfortable natural material. It insulates and ventilates. One of cotton’s advantages is that it does not melt when exposed to flames and sparks and that it is difficult to set fire to. Our heavy-duty cotton twill is extra sturdy and durable. This is possible because we ourselves are involved in and direct development from fibre to final production.

 

POLYESTER/COTTON

The combination of cotton and polyester have proven perfect for making long-lasting garments. The breathability of cotton combined with the durability and colourfastness of polyester make garments in polyester/cotton keep their shape and colour longer. Clothes in polyester/cotton are therefore an excellent choice for hard work that places great demands on both the wearer and the garments.

 

SPUN DYED

Using the traditional dyeing method, the finished fabric is dipped in a dye bath, before being rinsed and then dried. With the spun dyed process, the colour pigment is added before the fibre is spun and the fabric subsequently woven/ knitted. In this way the colour becomes part of the fibre. The woven/ knitted fabric achieves much better colour fastness, making it better able to withstand washing, wearing, sunlight and bleaching. In environmental terms, spun dye is much more eco-friendly than the traditional method of dyeing. As it eliminates a stage in the dyeing process, consumption of energy, chemi[1]cals and water is significantly reduced.