ITALIAN · STYLE
Experience the sophistication and elegance of Italian style in the world of sportswear.
Nestled in the heart of the Italian Great Lakes region, just a stone's throw from Lake Como, lies one of Europe's most remarkable fabric manufacturers. Arguably the most remarkable: Mectex.
For over half a century, Mectex's history has intertwined with the greatest textile innovations and numerous Olympic events, both summer and winter.
AERTH · MECTEX
The story between Mectex and Aerth began with the brand's launch in 2020.
Captivated by the tactile sensations of a new material, Superbiflex, our designers started by crafting a sporty masterpiece, the Signature Short.
This model instantly resonated with an audience beyond our expectations.
AN AMAZING ITALIAN FABRIC
Convinced by the exceptional qualities of this material for athletes, our designers swiftly envisioned an entire range of high-performance sportswear around this magical fabric.
The journey continued with the Running Shirt, the first shirt designed for intense workouts, followed by the Women’s Running Pant, and finally, the Running Jacket paired with its coordinated Running Pant.
FOR SPORT, TRAVEL, AND EVERYDAY WEAR
We confidently declare: Superbiflex is undoubtedly the most versatile material for athletes! Perfect not only for intense runs but also an unrivaled companion for your travels and daily adventures. Even on long-haul flights!
Moreover, its ultra-premium appearance and the luxurious feel make it ideal for urban daily wear, pairing perfectly with jeans or chinos.
HOW DOES THIS VERSATILITY MANIFEST?
The benefits of Superbiflex are so numerous, it’s almost like listing items in a poem. In brief, the material is breathable, stretchable, water-resistant, wrinkle-resistant, ultra-durable, with a soft and silky touch! !
There you have it – everything you need to know about this “magical” material.
So, whether you’re on a stadium, in nature, on a plane, or in the city, we invite you to take a moment to appreciate this expert factory hidden somewhere in the heart of the Italian Great lakes.