Going undercover

May 2005
WSA: Performance & Sports Materials;May/Jun2005, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p16
Focuses on the impact of the development of sport specific seamless underwear on the intimate apparel industry. Information on the fabrics used by Swiss sports company Odlo for the development of its seamless range of underwear; Percentage of increase in market share of intimate apparel manufacturer Tefron due to seamless garments; Advantages of using Sewfree, an adhesive film in underwear manufactured by Bemis.


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