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Running apparel that uses dope dyed yarn to conserve water

Mizuno has been engaged in environmental conservation activities since 1991 and continues to work toward achieving carbon neutrality in 2050. In addition, Mizuno’s environmental conservation activities not only reduce CO2 emissions, but also conserve valuable water resources.

In the conventional apparel production process, various shades of color are created by weaving and dyeing the fabric, but a large amount of water is used in the process of washing away the dye.

Mizuno has started using dope dyed yarn in its Dry Aeroflow t-shirts, which are functional running apparel, from the autumn/winter season 2023. Dope dyed yarn refers to yarns that are colored at the raw material stage before they become threads. By weaving fabric using these dope dyed yarns, it is possible to simplify the general apparel dyeing process, reduce energy use, and conserve water resources.

Mizuno continues to take on the challenge of realizing a sustainable society and is expanding its use of new technologies to reduce environmental impact. It aims to protect the rich global environment where people can enjoy sports, and pass it on to the next generation.

原着糸を使用し水資源を保全するランニングアパレル
原着糸を使用し水資源を保全するランニングアパレル
原着糸を使用し水資源を保全するランニングアパレル
原着糸を使用し水資源を保全するランニングアパレル
原着糸を使用し水資源を保全するランニングアパレル
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