All outfits, whether in the boardroom, on the baseball diamond, or in a laboratory, start with the technology behind the fabric. Canada-based Garmatex, , is an innovative developer and supplier of scientifically-engineered fabric technologies and it is redefining the performance fabrics market.
Garmatex develops intelligent fabric technologies that can be utilized across various apparel sectors, including, others, sports, medical, military, protective, industrial and safety, and concealment. Among others, the company’s fabric portfolio includes a variety of technologies that provide best-in-class performance in managing moisture, temperature, bacteria, odor, freedom of movement and abrasions.
One of the latest editions to the company’s fabric portfolio is the high performance Kottinu, a sustainable alternative to traditional cotton. Kottinu was developed to feel like soft cotton, yet performs like a performance fabric that provides advanced moisture management and odor and bacterial control.
Kottinu is tailored for an industry that demands maximum comfort, functionality and performance. The largest brands in apparel are producing garments that are increasingly defined by advances in technology.
Garmatex will soon become a wholly-owned subsidiary of Oaxaca Resources, a mineral exploration company. This is a reverse takeover transaction, where it is expected that Oaxaca will change its name to Garmatex Technologies.