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About THERMOLITE® technology

It is a performance warming solution available as a fiber or insulation that provides lightweight warmth for all activities.

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Hollow fibers create an insulating layer of warm air within the garment to help keep you warm without weighing you down. Visit Our Brands to see the benefits our various products on offer.

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THERMOLITE® technology is a fiber that is combined with other fibers to make fabrics used for clothing and a down-free synthetic insulation used in outerwear, sleeping bags and accessories.

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THERMOLITE® technology provides lightweight warmth in performance clothing including activewear, intimate apparel, jeans, outerwear, ready-to-wear clothing, socks, underwear, and workwear. It can even be found in bedding and sleeping bags.

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THERMOLITE® technology is a synthetic or man-made polyester fiber or insulation. All varieties that include the EcoMade name are also made from recycled resources to reduce waste and help the planet.

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The LYCRA Company owns the THERMOLITE® brand, in addition to the COOLMAX® brand and the LYCRA® brand, the original spandex yarn. We innovate and produce fiber and technology solutions for the apparel and personal care industries.

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We offer several types of THERMOLITE® technology that fall under three consumer brands: THERMOLITE® EcoMade technology, THERMOLITE® EcoMade ALL SEASON technology, and THERMOLITE® PRO technology. Each one is engineered to provide unique performance benefits to a wide range of apparel. Specific fibers are available for use in fabrics, while other variants are used in batting and blown insulation.

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