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Danskin debuts LYCRA® FitSense technology in Japan

Published on Mar 14, 2022

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Danskin (by Goldwin Ltd. Japan) recently launched its "Move Skin" Spring & Summer 2022 collection online and in multiple retail locations. This is the first collection to market in Japan that features innovative LYCRA® FitSense™ technology, a water-based dispersion that is screen printed onto stretch garments made with LYCRA® fiber to add lightweight, targeted support.

 

Move freely, without limits

Comfort is critical for body-hugging activewear and athleisure apparel, but it is often sacrificed to deliver much-needed compression and shaping performance. LYCRA® FitSense™ technology makes it possible to use lightweight, breathable fabrics without sacrificing support. The “Move Skin” leggings support the pelvis and stabilize the knees to help the wearer maintain beautiful posture, while the bra is designed to lift, support, and reduce breast movement during exercise.

Experience design inspiration

"I was looking for an innovation for Danskin's ‘Move Skin’ collection, and LYCRA® FitSense™ technology opened up a lot of new and exciting design possibilities," said Ryo Iseya, merchandizer, Goldwin Ltd., Japan. "The technology enabled us to create apparel that eliminated the need for heavy fabrics, sewn-in panels, bonded fabrics, and the like. We would like to continue to optimize the ‘Move Skin’ design with LYCRA® FitSense™ technology and make proposals to our other customers in the future.”

 

Imagine the possibilities

Discover the benefits of LYCRA® FitSense™ technology on our product page. Watch videos, read testimonials and more!

LYCRA® is a trademark of The LYCRA Company.

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