pol·y·giene | ˈpä-lē·ˈjēn
A market leader in providing treatment to clothing, footwear, equipment, textiles and other materials. These treatments protect treated arcticles from microbes and odor-causing bacteria. Polygiene technologies are bluesign® certified, meeting strict independent environmental and product life cycle standards.
vi·ral · off | ˈvīrəl · ôf
Polygiene ViralOff® is an antimicrobial treatment added to textiles to protect the treated article itself from microbes. Polygiene ViralOff® is Oeko-Tex® Eco Passport certified and doesn’t interfere with the skin’s natural bacterial flora and is not nano silver. Polygiene ViralOff® does not prevent diseases but protects the treated material. It is not intended to cure or prevent diseases.
bio · sta · tic | ˈbīō · ˈstadik
Polygiene BioStatic™ Stays Fresh technology stops the growth of odor-causing bacteria permanently by eliminating the odor at the source. It does not interfere with the natural bacterial flora of the skin as it is only active in the treated material. Based on a silver salt – silver chloride, Polygiene BioStatic is bluesign® and Oeko-tex® Eco Passports approved. Treated products can be recycled.
cor·dur·ra · e·co | kôr·d(y)o͝o·rə · ee·ko
CORDURA® ECO is a fabric made from reclaimed waste resources that have been recycled into high quality yarns. CORDURA® fabrics are durable, water repellent and resistant to abrasions, tears and scuffs. These fabrics have been adopted for a wide range of use, including military and workwear applications.
oe·ko · tex | ˈoh·koh · teksˈ
The International Association for Research and Testing in the Field of Textile and Leather Ecology (Oeko-Tex), founded in 1992, is the world's leading fabric testing and certification body. The certification, tested with uniform and scientifically testable standards, ensures fabric and components do not contain harmful substances and remain safe for skin contact.