Fabric research and treatmentINTERLOCK MAKO COTTON/NYLON
COMPACT TREATMENT ACTING ON NYLON: Pre-washing these nylon garments at 130° causes a shrinkage of up to 30% of their initial volume, drastically transforming their appearance. The compacted nylon fibers give to the material the characteristic stiff hand and the uneven appearance. The garment is then dyed with specific recipes. The expertise of the pattern makers and the know-how of the Stone Island color laboratory makes the design of these garments possible, taking into account the high percentage of shrinkage before and after garment dyeing. This STONE ISLAND procedure is absolutely unthinkable in other realities.
COMPACT PIPING-T: Short sleeve T-Shirt, in mako cotton interlock with nylon canvas piping on seams designing the structure of the garment. Ribbed neckline. Compact treated and garment dyed.