Footwear component supplier Texon said it was gearing up to launch its new product at a trade show scheduled for September, but the pandemic has slowed research and development pace.
Among the technologies that are currently attracting attention include Texon’s ProWeave jacquard weaving technology and various component products to which restructuring technology is applied to make the material eco-friendly.
Proweave is a technology that enhances structural support by providing multi-directional zone elasticity while enhancing creativity in footwear design.
“Over the past 18 months, our sales team has been working closely with our sales team to deliver high-performance, sustainable products to our customers, even in a virtual workplace,” said Bryan Whitfield, Sales Director, Texon.
“The various restructuring technology-applied products we are promoting with Proweave will be able to explain the changes we have made to materials and the methods we have introduced to meet our product development and sustainability goals at the upcoming expo,” he said. Whitfield added.