PRODUCT FEATURES
  • Mechanical Stretch
  • 30D/ 75D/ 150D
  • Recycled Polyester
TexCycle features durable and functional polyester fabrics crafted from recycled scraps and overstock fabric from garment manufacturing, significantly reducing textile waste.
why we need to take action now

Facing the Waste Crisis in Fashion

Every year, the apparel industry generates 92 million tons of textile waste, leaving an indelible mark on our planet. When textile waste ends up in landfills, it decomposes and emits harmful methane gas into the atmosphere. The waste that doesn't reach landfills meets a different, equally harrowing fate - incineration. This process not only releases toxic pollutants into the air but also adds to carbon emissions, further accelerating climate change.

give textiles a new purpose

FlyingTex and SAYA Renew Fibers Present a Sustainable Solution

On a mission to change the narrative and provide a new purpose for discarded textiles, FlyingTex joins forces with NanYa, a petrochemical manufacturing company based in Taiwan, to introduce TexCycle.

TexCycle comprises durable and functional polyester fabrics made of recycled scraps and overstocked fabric from garment manufacturing, effectively reducing waste by 30% per yard. Employing a centralized system, we utilize advanced technologies in sorting, cleaning, and recycling to give a new purpose to these once-discarded textiles.

fabric features

TexCycle: A Game-Changer in Textile Recycling

TexCycle Comprises three distinct lines:

- Ultra lightweight (30D) fabrics, suitable for insulated jackets, down jackets, packable jackets, and windbreakers.
- Midweight (75D) fabrics, constructed with mechanical stretch and suitable for outdoor and ski apparel.
- Robust (150D) fabrics, constructed with mechanical stretch and suitable for outdoor and ski apparel.

All fabrics in our TexCycle collection are certified by the GRS and pass strict quality inspections on every step to meet the highest quality and sourcing traceability standards.

PICTURE, a leading outdoor apparel brand, is already championing TexCycle in its sustainable collections. We invite like-minded brands to lead the charge against fast fashion, embrace circularity, and safeguard our planet. Join us in this transformative journey where every choice drives significant change.

Why should I choose TexCycle?

Among its advantages are

The Solution to Environmental Issues in the Apparel Industry

TexCycle production reduces waste by 30% per yard through cutting-edge recycling technologies. This significantly mitigates the environmental impact of traditional manufacturing processes.

Traceable Recycle Material

TexCycle provides transparency in its sourcing, ensuring every material used is traceable and comes from recycled sources. Certified by GRS, we ensure adherence to the highest industry standards for environmentally responsible practices.

100% Made in Taiwan

TexCycle proudly originates from Taiwan, a renowned hub of traditional textile manufacturing. With this heritage comes a wealth of experience and expertise that underpins our commitment to delivering the highest quality sustainable fabrics.

Process Infographic

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In a move towards genuine sustainability, the Global Recycled Standard (GRS) emerges as more than just a badge of honor. This comprehensive certification sheds light on the very origins of recycled materials, championing unparalleled transparency and rigor in the supply chain. As consumers pivot to GRS-certified products, they're not just making a choice, but investing in a greener, more accountable future.

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Picture Organic Clothing, a leading brand in sustainable outdoor apparel, emphasizes the use of recycled, organic, and responsibly-sourced materials to reduce environmental footprints. Committed to both sustainability and ethical practices, the brand seeks to inspire a new wave of eco-conscious consumers. Notably, they have now integrated the TexCycle Series into their product lineup.

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"A startling 85% of discarded clothes end up in landfills, spotlighting the environmental cost of fast fashion. Driven by rapid industry turnover and consumer habits, this waste crisis emits harmful toxins. The solution? A pivot to sustainable fashion practices and mindful consumption. Our buying decisions today have lasting ecological consequences. Choose wisely. "

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