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Naia™ Cellulosic Fiber

Supplier: Eastman


Naia™ fiber from Eastman includes a portfolio of cellulosic acetate fibers available as sustainable filament yarn or staple fabrics for different textile applications. 

The cellulosic fiber is sourced from sustainably managed pine and eucalyptus forests in North America and Brazil, with FSC and PEFC chain of custody certifications, and processed in a closed-loop production cycle using reclyable solvents and non-hazardous processing aids.

Naia™ filament yarn results in fabrics with added softness, quick drying and cooling properties, and reduced piling, while the fibers are ideal for eco-conscious textile blends in womenswear. 

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