Technology nowadays is not just only on electronic devices, but deep-in in the clothes of the sportmen, day by day more attentive in the choice of the garments. The reason why is easily explainable, as the environment and the challenge are more and more copetitive and the needs of healthy supports becomes necessary. Given that, what makes the difference, is the hi-tech improvement that can be found in the fabric that composes the garments.

Resistex, yarn-brand that belongs to the Italian company Tecnofilati Srl, has the solution in an innovative range of yarns that bring here the future. Copper, Inox, Silver, Carbon, Graphene and, last but not least, Bioceramic.

Resistex Bioceramic has 5 main features that are transferred to the fabric. It’s not just a case that one of the most performing teams of triathlon, the 707, chose so make their own trisuit 100% with Resistex Bioceramic, to give full body protection to their athletes during the game, open air, through run, swim and rides, againt wind and water. Now gets interesting going in depth about the 5 main features that connotate our yarn, showing why it represents an indispensable element on the long run.


Bioceramic offers a high level of thermal insulation that maintains the body temperature constant, even in cold environments.


Because of its particular structure, it maintains a constant effectiveness over time, even after multiple washings.


Its special fibers protect from harmful UV-A and UV-B rays


The Bioceramic fiber ensures long-term freshness during exposure and sports activities


Thanks to the action of the bioceramic, the body heat is absorbed by the yarn and then returned back to the body in the form of FIR rays able to penetrate the subcutaneous layers and to stimulate the microcirculatory system, strengthening the metabolism.

Not fantasy, just stunning reality: explainable by revealing how this unique yarn is made:

After several years of research Tecnofilati’s R&D department selected a certain type of minerals characterized by thermic capacity and light reflection properties to create a new yarn named Resistex® Bioceramic
The minerals chosen are:

  • Titanium Dioxide
  • Silicon Dioxide
  • Aluminium Oxide
  • Zinc Dioxide

The minerals were subjected to different processing steps to make them a nanometer-sized powder which subse-quently allowed them to be added to PET and give life to the Resistex Bioceramic Master Batch. The Master Batch was mixed with Polyester and subsequently extruded to obtain the Resistex Bioceramic yarn, both filament and fiber