Have you considered what materials your clothes are made of? 0
Have you considered what materials your clothes are made of?

What kind of material is it?

In recent times, there's been an increasing focus on quality, particularly concerning the materials companies use for clothing production. We're also more attentive to the working conditions in these production facilities. Have you ever thought about the materials used in your athletic apparel, such as pole dance outfits?

Materials in Pole Dance Clothing

When examining the composition of some athletic apparel, you might notice that they share materials commonly found in everyday clothing, such as polyester and elastane. These names are familiar to us. However, the critical difference lies in the details.

The fabrics used in pole dance outfits, or in any athletic wear, should ideally be sports-specific. These fabrics are distinguished by their excellent moisture-wicking properties, allowing the skin to breathe, and not clinging to a sweaty body. This ensures effective regulation of body temperature and moisture. In contrast, artificial, non-breathable materials can lead to excessive sweating. Such clothes don't absorb moisture, leaving you feeling damp and uncomfortable after a workout. That's why it's essential to pay attention to the quality of the materials used in exercise clothing.

Speaking of quality, working with materials sourced from reliable, high-quality providers differs significantly from those used in mass-production factories. Often, this information is not found on the product label, so it's advisable to research where a specific sportswear brand sources its materials. Most companies should provide such information on their websites.

What Materials are Used in Pole Dance Clothing?

For this article, I reviewed several pole dance clothing stores' websites to examine the composition of their offerings. So, what are these outfits made of? The list includes:

  • Polyester
  • Elastane
  • Viscose
  • Spandex
  • Polyamide
  • Cotton

Most pole dance outfits are made from the materials listed above, but it's important to note that not all of these materials are specifically designed for sports. Addict, however, exclusively uses sports-grade materials in their garments. This is because pole dance is a physically demanding sport, and the body requires appropriately designed clothing for such rigorous training.

ECONYL: A Material in Harmony with Nature

The topic of environmental sustainability and zero waste initiatives is gaining traction in many industries, and this trend is also evident in the pole dance community, particularly in the area of eco-friendly packaging. Pole Addict, in its latest collection, takes this commitment a step further. Products like the ISLA, Mocca, and Renev outfits are prime examples, crafted from ECONYL, a regenerated nylon made from recycled nylon waste. This innovative approach means that your training outfit is created without introducing new materials into the environment. The material is sourced entirely from recycling and can be continually repurposed.

But what about the comfort and practicality of these eco-conscious outfits during intense physical activity? It's common to be skeptical about the functionality of products boasting environmental benefits. However, from personal experience, I can assure you that the minimalist designs of the ISLA collection are not only aesthetically pleasing but also highly functional. The material is soft, comfortable, and most importantly, breathable - essential qualities for effective workout attire.


Is Quality Always Equal to Price?

While I generally don't subscribe to the notion that a higher price automatically means higher quality in everyday purchases, I find this concept quite applicable in the realm of pole dance. In many consumer goods, we often pay more for the brand rather than its quality. However, in the context of pole dance – whether it’s clothing or services – a higher price often correlates with better quality. I've had the chance to test various outfits at different price points and have observed my friends and female students in their gear. In this field, it's truly worthwhile to invest a bit more for an outfit that not only feels comfortable during exercise but also allows your skin to breathe. The fabric should primarily be a sports-specific material, which is something Pole Addict has consistently used from the start. Good air circulation and breathability are crucial for long and effective training sessions.

Unsure? Just Ask!

It can sometimes be challenging to find detailed information about the composition or origin of the materials used in clothing. Remember, as a consumer, you have the right to ask for this information! Being informed about what you're wearing is beneficial for you, the environment, and the workers involved in producing these garments. Choose wisely. Opting for high-quality products not only supports ethical practices but also ensures the longevity of your outfits for years to come!

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