A collaboration between the University of Manchester and British sportswear brand inov-8, a former Gold Winner of the ISPO Award, has resulted in the first-ever company to incorporate graphene into running and fitness shoes in the G-Series range.
As a new format of the Messe München, X-Health is researching the future of health and sports. Experts from business and science, but also tech suppliers and visionaries, will meet on February 1-2, 2018 at a unique event.
As ‘made to waste’ is no longer a viable option, the surge in sustainable solutions and cleaner textile processing from recycling to circular economy don’t just feature in the textile sector, the trims business is also embracing the essential change in the textile chain.
Professional leagues are discovering Wearables on a broader scale. Also soccer leagues are taking a closer look in recent years. Here a few hot soccer wearables that might change the way professional athletes are training today.
Microfiber pollution has become one of the main concerns for sustainability in sports business. 700,000 microfibers are released per garment through home laundering. Sports brands and textile suppliers are reacting quickly.
Attractive competitions, exciting protagonists, divine TV ratings – biathlon is, without a doubt, the trend sport of the winter. The combination of cross-country skiing and shooting is now a multi-million dollar business, and is attracting the interest of some major sponsors.