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BALTIMORE – Sportswear brand Under Armour has unveiled its first garment made with Neolast fibre, the ‘sustainable’ alternative to elastane developed in partnership with US speciality materials company Celanese.

First announced in January, the technology has been used in the production of Vanish Pro t-shirts, which use a performance stretch fabric that is said to offer the performance of elastane without the sustainability challenges such as solvent use and recyclability.

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