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Coolmax Ecomade

It is hard to imagine our life without clothes. Unfortunately, like other industries, the textile industry contributes to the pollution of our planet. The average European consumes 26 kg of textiles a year, but only 7 kg of this is produced in Europe.

We do not have precise information on the conditions and environmental impact of the remaining 19 kg. However, photographs documenting Asian production show that environmental impacts are not a priority. We have a perfect overview of textile production in Europe and especially here at Sensor.

It was not only for these reasons that we chose Merino wool many years ago.

But in functional clothing, synthetic materials are unreplaceable. However, we can fundamentally reduce the amount of oil that is used for each new T-shirt. That's why we use as much raw material as possible from PET recyclate. On average, four PET bottles are used to produce one T-shirt. We are therefore switching to Coolmax EcoMade fibre for all Coolmax lines. The change also affects other lines, which you can recognise by the recycling logo. The underwear retains the same benefits as before, but is more environmentally friendly.

Coolmax Air

You won't even feel you're wearing it. The Coolmax Air will stand up to the blazing rays of the summer sun as well as the sweltering heat of indoor sports. It wicks away every drop of sweat with ease. And it's cool on contact with the skin. You'll be hard pressed to find anything better. Find out more...

Coolmax Fresh

It's all dry! With Coolmax Fresh functional underwear, sweat will evaporate from your body faster than water in the Sahara. This perfectly functional material is the ideal choice for summer and the indoors. Its high breathability comes in handy when you need to catch a second wind. Find out more...

Coolmax Impress

Look how he's turned out! The popular Coolmax has donned a more colourful coat. It's hot news, but you won't be hot in it. Just like its older brothers in the material collection, the youngest Impress can take the heat out of any event. It's a family affair. And good taste, too. You'll be able to show it off to those around you at a glance with the printed pattern. Find out more...

Coolmax Tech

The time has come for evolution. The popular Coolmax is here in the all-new Tech range. Extra hot stuff to accompany you wherever you're likely to get sweaty. Don't take it lightly - throw on something that won't weigh you down (not just) when you're active. Find out more...

Coolmax Thermo

You'll do great with this. There are plenty of situations that Coolmax Thermo functional clothing can handle. It's warm, but it's not too warm. So you can survive the icy inferno thanks to its perfect thermoregulation. Find out more...

Helium cycling range

The Spring/Summer 2022 cycling collection has also seen its sustainable form. The loose jerseys, shorts and skirts are made from recycled materials. You no longer have to worry about whether the clothes you ride in have a negative impact on the environment. Find out more...


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