Clothing Made Of Paper, The Future Is Now: Stone Island Garment-Dyed Dyneema® Jackets
First paper wallets and now this, Italian-based tech wear imprint Stone Island just released a video documenting the process of how it’s garment-dyed Dyneema® Jackets are made. The video starts at the Dyneema® Production Facility in Arizona, then to the Stone Island headquarters where the materials go through a careful garment dyeing process. SI claims that the garment-dyed (treated with 50 color recipes) jackets are made from the “most durable and lightweight” fibers — they’re flexible and have increased tear, puncture and abrasion performance.
They will be released in limited quantites of 2 series and 50 pieces. They will be available on April 26 on Stoneisland.com and the Stone Island App.