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November 19th, 2007
Greenyarn launches eco-friendly nanotechnology fabric products
The city based nanotechnology company that develops advanced materials for consumers seeking eco-friendly alternatives to conventional fabrics, Greenyarn is launching the 2008 products, starting with Eco-fabric undergarments and Tyrrano - Hiking Socks, said Robin Low, CEO of Greenyarn.
He clarifies that the product contains eco-fabric and are made with the latest in knitting technology.
The Smart Hiking Socks are knitted with 200-needle count densely knit 3-D technology, the dense construction, Y-heel seam and an arch-band ensures superior fitting and to offer a new level of comfort. Tyrrano is designed by mountaineers and is tested at the most rugged terrains. It is most suitable for temperatures around -10°C to 20°C (Mid weight). Containing the finest acrylic yarns at the heel and toe, they are abrasion resistant and quick dry, making these socks durable yet comfortable.
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