Introducing Radilon®Chill-fit, the new RadiciGroup yarn that optimises fabric comfort and freshness.

The Group showcases functional and sustainable solutions at Performance Days


Radilon® Chill-fit is the new RadiciGroup solution to maximise the breathability and freshness that a fabric can offer. It is the result of extensive research and development that has led to the creation of a highly functional nylon yarn capable of ensuring thermal regulation of the fabric without the need for additional treatments.

Radilon® Chill-fit provides the wearer with a pleasant feeling of comfort and freshness for an extended period, while offering high protection against UV rays.


Visitors will be able to touch and feel the yarn for the first time at the autumn edition of Performance Days, the reference trade fair for trends and innovations in yarn, fabric and accessories, to be held in Munich (Germany) on 4 and 5 October. Group specialists from the Advanced Textile Solutions Business Area (Stand L17) will be on hand over the two days to demonstrate the Group's comprehensive range of functional and high-performance yarns, as well as its line of sustainable products that contribute to an innovative and circular textile sector.


Marco De Silvestri, Sales & Marketing Manager of the Advanced Textile Solutions Business Area, explained: "Our efforts have always been focused on optimising the technical performance of yarns, as in the case of the new Radilon® Chill-fit, but we also strive to improve the environmental performance of the various sectors we work with, such as sportswear, athleisure, workwear, and many others, thanks to our specialised, traceable and low impact products".


Here referring to yarns from the Renycle®, Repetable® and Biofeel® ranges, brands that offer recycled nylon, recycled polyester and fibres made from renewable materials, respectively. Solutions that contribute to a responsible and sustainable textile supply chain by significantly reducing CO2 emissions.


"Of course, to improve the performance of the textile sector, we have to work as a team," continued De Silvestri, "everyone has a part to play. In recent years, the RadiciGroup has made a series of investments in cutting-edge technologies aimed at making processes more efficient and optimising products from a technical and environmental point of view, starting with the chemistry of the materials, over which we have direct control because we are integrated upstream with our own plants."


Press release


Radilon Chill fit brochure


Biofeel video