High-end sportswear company Colmar will use Directa’s G+ in 31 items of clothing including male and female ski jackets and, for the first time, graphene-enhanced ski trousers.
Italian swimwear and lingerie firm Eurojersey, meanwhile, will use G+ enhanced textiles in its latest collection.
The range was unveiled at ISPO 2018, the sport and sportswear international trade fair held in Munich.
Directa says G+ keeps you hot in cold weather and cool when it’s hot.
Giulio Cesareo, chief executive, said:” The considerable interest we received at ISPO for our graphene-based products is testament to the high-performance qualities that they bring to garments, which are enjoyed by professionals and sports enthusiasts alike.”