Extremely elegant, super comfortable and softer than ever – the Satin Opaque Nature Tights from WOLFORD, made from a globally unique Cupro material, is the new highlight in the WOLFORD Legwear collection
Bregenz, June 2016 – Top technology and nature in perfect harmony: The Satin Opaque Nature Tights from WOLFORD are the first tights in the world to be made from a new, environmentally friendly Cupro yarn. Cupro material provides the best prerequisites for a feminine legwear range, consisting of tights, knee-highs and socks.
From the waist, right down to the toes – the Satin Opaque Nature Tights are not only smooth and silky, but are also breathable and feel pleasant on the skin. One of the special properties of this natural material is that it absorbs moisture better than cotton, which is then wicked away into the environment. This effect is revealed when worn: The tights leave behind an incomparably soft and pleasantly dry feel, which is a particular benefit when sweating. Wearing the tights creates a completely new sensation on the skin, making it something special to experience every day.
The main component in the Satin Opaque Nature range is the textile fiber Cupro, which is made of regenerated cellulose fibers. A process developed in Japan has made it possible to manufacture these fibers in a way that meets WOLFORD’s strict environmental standards.
Innovative finish: Satin Opaque Nature Tights are made from a blend of 53% Cupro, 38% polyamide and 9% elastane. This material mix combines the positive properties of a natural fiber with the advantages of a synthetic yarn. Opaque tights with a silky-soft feel, an even look, and a smooth and shimmering surface structure are the result.
In addition to outstanding comfort, Satin Opaque Nature Tights boast durability and anti-piling properties.
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Satin Opaque Nature Tights
About Wolford Aktiengesellschaft
Wolford AG headquartered in Bregenz on Lake Constance (Austria) operates 16 subsidiaries and markets its products in 60 countries via around 270 monobrand stores (own and partner-operated), approximately 3,000 trading partners and online. The Austrian company, which has been publicly listed on the Vienna Stock Exchange since 1995, generated sales of EUR 157.4 million in the 2014/15 financial year (Thursday, May 01, 2014–April 30, 2015), and has about 1,570 employees. Since the company was founded in 1950, Wolford has gone on to become a leading global fashion label for luxurious hosiery, exclusive lingerie, and high-quality bodywear.