Knitwear pioneer ESCHLER introduces an innovative fabric development for bikewear

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Knitwear pioneer ESCHLER introduces an innovative fabric development for bikewear: the Swiss brand knits a carbon core yarn into its technical stretch material e1 carbon. The fabric thus achieves improved temperature management, prevents formation of odour and features antistatic properties. Italian bikewear brand Santini utilizes the Eschler material in its high-end bike bib SP1071 Car5.

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