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T-shirts, cycling trouserssocks and underwear made from the unique Moira fibre, for cycling and other outdoor activities, are now available in our E-shop.

Today‘s synthetic fibres closely resemble traditional natural materials and even outdo them in many ways. The polymer theory definition launched the advent of new materials suitable for daily use in 1922. By 1930, the method of producing all presently known artificial fibres was known; however, the real boom for synthetics didn‘t come until nylon production commenced. The turn of the millennium witnessed the expansion and improvement of synthetic fibre production and its application in the textile industry. The requirements for fibres suitable for producing clothes when the „performance“ - i.e. the ability of perfectly removing wetness while maintaining the optimal heat - is taken into account in addition to the common properties of classical materials, are best met by polyolefins. They have truly excellent properties. They are the lightest, firmest, warmest, most flexible and most non-absorbent of all synthetic fibres. MOIRA TG 900® is a fibre with a unique patented profile. The secret of this type of fibre consists in its cross-section, resembling a five-lobed star. This type of cross-section almost doubles the fibre‘s perimeter and, simultaneously, provides longitudinal grooves through which the capillary wetness travels. The MOIRA TG 900® five-lobed star fibre cross-section is crucial for the perfect and fast withdrawal of capillary wetness. Moreover, the application of the MOIRA TG 900® fibre is supported by its durability and strength. The human body accepts this fibre without compromise.

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Moira comparsion

  1. The yarn structure that best transports wetness.
  2. The transverse profile of the TG900 fibre is noted for its deep lobes that transport wetness directly on the fibre itself.
  3. The TI902 microfibre structures insulate heat well and show significant capillary absorption capacity.
  4. 4 hours under a pressure of 7 atmospheres in a steam cofferdam gives our low-expansion synthetic silk a high permeability.

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  5. Classic synthetic fibre.
  6. As compared to common synthetic materials, our fibre structures are indistinguishable from natural fibres.