Why Seamless technology matters - Innovative and hi tech

Seamless technology by Supacore

We are obsessed with improving everything. This includes our products, our people, our business, and our customers lives. When we had our epiphany around our signature product – the CORETECH technology, we wanted to make sure that we not only upgraded the function of compression sportswear as we know it, but that we upgraded the way we produce and manufacture them too. We’ve taken traditional sports performance wear and given it a serious upgrade with our seamless knitting technology. Like everything that we do;

It matters because:

Seamless knitting improves the durability and lifetime of your product. Traditional apparel manufacturing is known as cut and sew.This means that pieces of flat fabric are measured, cut to size, and then sewn together by hand or by a machine (or a combination of both). This means an increased probability of product fault, both in the sizing of the product and for every seam where the flat pieces are joined together. It also means that over the time that you wear your clothing, the chances of both the product tearing and the compression forces throughout changing due to a weakening of the seams are increased – diminishing the effect and lifetime of your product.

It matters because:

 We’re serious about your health, fitness, and injury recovery. Compression garments are a combination of sportswear and fashion technology. You buy them because you want to improve your performance, to prevent injury, and to recover better. Seamless technology is at the “cutting edge” of clothing manufacture, and because the garment is produced in one piece, we’re able to fine tune the compression of each area to suit the muscles of the body. Traditional cutting and sewing methods mean producing to a pattern, where there can be numerous irregularities with  errors in the compressive forces within the garment.

It matters because:

 It’s better for the environment. Traditional “Cut and Sew” techniques involve outlining a deconstructed garment pattern to a flat piece of fabric, cutting out the pieces, and then sewing them together. Of course, no matter how great someone is at this fashion Tetris, there are a certain number of offcuts that are thrown away from the production of a garment. This might not sound like much, after all, those tiny scraps of fabric are so tiny, right? Well, think about it like this. If a pair of tights made in a cut and sew technique has approximately 125g of offcuts per garment, and 1000 pairs are produced… that’s 125kg of waste. Seamless production means zero waste. Each product is made to exact specifications, removing the need for cutting, and removing the waste. Here at Supacore, we want to keep living, running, and training in a world that’s healthy and well looked after, so reducing our impact on the environment is an important part of our values.

Your choice in the products you purchase matters.

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