The Future is Knit
It all starts with fabrics. Knit fabrics are known for their softness and stretch, and we believe that knits will drive the future of comfort.
Innovations In Comfort
Through innovative construction and specialized fabric yarn blends, our knit pieces provide the perfect balance of stretch, softness and structure to be presentable and comfortable - anywhere.
Ponte Warp Knit
A rich, dense fabric made of two layers of interlocking jersey, Ponte Knits are known for their structured look and resilient stretch, creating a unique Workleisure fabric that’s an ideal wear-anywhere alternative to sweats.xSuit 2 & 3
A more complex and tighter knit structure next to skin and a more open texture on the exterior that wicks moisture. Despite its comparative thickness, Pique Knits offer easy stretch, and an open construction leads to more airflow.xShirt 3
The simplest of knit fabrics, made of interlocking loops going horizontally in large tubes. Its soft but yielding stretch is perfect for garments that conform to the body, for a flattering look every time.xTee 3
Materials for Motion
Our proprietary Infinite Stretch fabric is the third iteration of our premium stretch fabric. We’ve made the fabric stretchier, lighter and more breathable than ever before. You won’t believe the soft and airy feel on your skin.
This is achieved through the yarn fibers we use for making our fabrics. We select the best yarns that offer specific properties, and of course, prioritize comfort above all.
One of the great properties of rayon is its temperature regulating. This and its breathability make it a perfect fabric for both warm and cool weather.
Spandex, Lycra, or elastane is a synthetic fiber known for its exceptional elasticity and a core yarn used in all our fabrics for that extra movement needed for an active and versatile lifestyle.
These fibers are designed to be stronger and more resistant to shrinkage. This makes modal easier to care for because it won’t shrink as much through tumble drying.
We use proprietary technology to create, alter and improve textiles at the molecular level to develop intelligent fabrics for better living.
Our USA-developed technology is more effective than anything else on the market. Watch liquids roll right off the xSuit, keeping it clean and significantly reducing the amount of washing needed. 6x more resistant then any other on the market and can be washed 30+ times without losing it’s effect.
✓ WASH REPEATELY
Our fabric is woven with a proprietary pattern that provides resistance against wrinkles, keeping the xSuit looking clean and pressed all day long. While wearing the xSuit, the fabric uses your body heat to activate its shape memory and return to its default state.
✓ EASY RECOVERY
✓ HARD TO CREASE
Breathable and moisture wicking makes it ideal for quick change of weather or unplanned situations. It’s also less likely to retain odors making it great to wear for days on without needing washing.
✓ SWEAT CONTROL
✓ TEMPERATURE CONTROL
✓ ODOR RESIST
Durability & Performance
Our products are engineered to perform, and are built to last. We achieve this through rigorously testing our products both in the real world and the lab.
Testing the fabric through constant wash cycle to see the color resistance over time and ensure it stays vibrant over time without loosing its lustre.
We wash both fabric and garment for up to 50 cycles back to back to accelerate the wash/dry wear cycle. Fabrics and garments are then measured to determine the stretch or shrinkage as percentage change of their original length.
Small shower of various liquids are sprayed over the fabric which is kept at a certain angle. From there, the amount of liquid retained and soaked on the fabric is measured and graded accordingly.
We cycle swatches of fabric with a sandpaper-like weight on top, and runs between 15,000 to 25,000 revolutions to simulate daily wear.
We pull and cycles fabric to determine its elasticity, and strength over time, and can go through thousands of cycles and monitor how well a fabric maintains it’s properties after wear.
We pull apart two ends of a seam with increasing amounts of force until the seam begins to tear. The force where the seam tears is the maximum tear strength of the seam (expressed in weight).
We tumble a swatch of fabric that occasionally will become entangled with the spikes on the rotor. The number of pulled yarns are counted to quantify how easily the fabric will have yarn runs.
We pull air through the fabric and modulates suction to maintain a 100kPa pressure differential. The suction volumetric flow-rate is measured to determine airflow through the fabric.
The fabric is first creased and then left to recover for recovery time. This is done both in warp as well as weft direction. Parameters like load, time of creasing and recovery time is altered for different cases.