Polyester accounts for 70% of all synthetic fibres used in the clothing industry, and for good reason: besides being flexible and extremely resistant, it is easy to maintain. Mixed with cotton, it gives birth to comfortable and soft briefs providing great freedom of movement.
Polyester, a polymer that was patented at the beginning of the 1940s, is now an unavoidable fibre in the clothing industry. Very popular for its resistance, its fast drying process and its crease-resistance, it is used to manufacture all types of clothes, especially briefs, and remains the most-used synthetic fibre in the world. Often used to make the waistbands of your briefs, it enables them to stay in place all day long to provide you unequalled comfort. Combined with cotton, it also enables to manufacture soft and resistant briefs that will perfectly go with each one of your moves.