Knitted fabric

Knitted fabrics

Depending on the composition, knitted fabrics can be completely natural, synthetic or mixed. The most popular are the last options, in which the fibers of different nature provide complementary characteristics to the fabric.

The main feature of knitted fabric is the ability to stretch well. This also means that the fabric must be as strong as possible, being able to withstand the mechanical impact.  The elastic fabric conducts heat and air well, so there will never be overheating. The fabric can extend on all sides, returning to its previous state and maintaining its initial shape during use.

Knitted fabrics do not accumulate static energy thanks to the special fiber-making technology.

The clothing made of knitted fabric is well suited to any body shape and is very durable. Knitted fabrics are pleasant to the touch, and in appearance can be either opaque or shiny.

The maintenance of the fabric is very easy, the material is slightly wrinkled, but immediately returns to the previous shape, so it does not need ironing.

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