US-based apparel studio, Artilect said that it adopted Trizar fabric to add next-level innovation and technology to its fall 2022 cold-weather collection. The new collection will also integrate the advanced design that defines Artilect’s A/SYS collection to encompass the luxury range and performance of its outerwear.
Trizar technology uses the science of emissivity to accomplish heat and thermo regulate garments. Natural materials are printed on to the fabric to increase the emissivity which reradiates heat back to the wearer.
“The goal of having more warmth without adding weight is key for our fall/winter 2022 3-layer styles,” Trent Bush, co-founder of Artilect, said in a press release.
“We were fascinated by the breadth of application of the technology, and we have engineered a Trizar print lining to add an increased dimension of performance to our Artilect A/SYS apparel system 3-layer fabrics.”
“Trizar fabrics utilise Emisshield Inc’s patented materials that uniquely add emissivity agents to enhance the heat accumulation properties of fabrics. Originally used for NASA spaceship tiles, these Emisshield materials can be added to fibres, films, and coatings to keep fabrics warmer longer,” Brad Poorman, CEO of Clean Textile technology said.
“High emissivity products are commonly used in sheer films and coatings to make thermal barriers for buildings saving energy and keeping buildings warmer,” Poorman added.