Where are the Seams? Burlington Introduces Revolutionary XALT Garment System
Greensboro, NC – Where are the Seams? Burlington’s new XALT™Garment System is changing the look and function of today’s extreme outer garments with its invisible, reinforced seam structure. Stop by the Burlington booth at MR#204 to see the proprietary technology in action.
The XALT GS technology combines the best components of soft-shell and hard-shell garment constructions to create a revolutionary seam technology that is not exposed or taped as in traditional garments but instead uses innovative laminated fabrics that produce a highly engineered and flexible garment. While the seam technology is invisible, take a peek inside and the remarkable results are immediately visible.
“The proprietary XALT technology allows us to create laminated seams that are both impermeable and invisible,” says Nelson Bebo, [title]. “This gives the garment a clean, sleek look both inside and out and it eliminates any abrasive or irritating seams inside. The first question most people ask when they see the garment is ‘Where are the seams?’.”
XALT GS is part of the larger XALT – Xtreme Allweather Laminate Technology – family of advanced proprietary fabrics introduced by Burlington in 2016. XALT fabrics are unique allowing for the design of comfortable, quiet, breathable, insulated, stretchable, abrasion resistant, waterproof and windproof garments that also offer reverse design flexibility.
For more information about XALT and Burlington’s many performance fabric technologies visit us at www.burlingtonfabrics.com or see us at the Outdoor Retailer + Snow Show January 25-28, 2018, MR#204.
Celebrating 95 years of textile leadership, Burlington is a global diversified provider of textile solutions across performance & specialty apparel fabrics, active wear, advanced uniform fabrics, and technical fabrics. Burlington operates as part of the International Textile Group, Inc. (ITG) with worldwide operations in the United States, Mexico, and China. ITG’s business units include: Burlington, Cone Denim, Safety Components, and Carlisle Finishing. To learn more visit www.burlingtonfabrics.com.