The W. L. Gore and Associates Military Fabrics team has been on the road the past few weeks, with trade shows at Modern Day Marine in Quantico, Virginia, and AUSA in Washington, DC.
At both we showcased our new portfolio of advanced chemical and biological (chem/bio) GORE® CHEMPAK® Selectively Permeable Fabric protective clothing, plus GORE-TEX® Fabric with Stretch Technology, a new ePTFE-based fabric innovation that provides greater maneuverability, with less weight, than current outerwear worn by today’s war fighter. GORE® Katana fabric, designed to enhance mission success in hot and wet environments, was also on display.
All three were very well received and represent yet another new generation of advanced military fabrics products from Gore’s team of textile scientists.
“The reaction from the audience to these technologies was very positive,” said Jason Rodriguez, marketing communications for Gore’s Military Fabrics business. “The chem/bio portfolio offers a different — and advanced — level of protection compared to other products in the market. We also had several briefings, and the reaction to GORE-TEX® Fabric with Stretch Technology and that product’s durability under duress was equally positive. People are very intrigued by GORE-TEX® Fabric with Stretch Technology and its durably waterproof and form-fitting capabilities.”
The chem/bio protective wear featured at the events included the new CPCSU-2 Flex Fit garment and a stretch undergarment, both designed with GORE® CHEMPAK® Selectively Permeable Fabric. These new chem/bio innovations offer durable, broad protection and a reduction in thermal burden, while improving operational effectiveness.
Press reaction to the chem/bio portfolio, GORE-TEX® Fabric with Stretch Technology and GORE® Katana was very strong, and we have links below to videos and news stories generated at both shows.
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