Our Technology

Clothing made from Coffee

We stay up to date with the latest developments in technology to ensure the products we bring to you perform at their best. We are constantly researching and exploring new innovations in the market to evolve with the industry.

All of our fabrics are developed with performance-focused technology to include the following features:


Sweating is the body’s natural way of cooling us down during a tough workout, but excess sweat can lead to chafing and discomfort. This is why at Sundried we use the latest in sweat-wicking technology in all of our products. You may have already heard about fabrics which ‘wick away sweat’ but you may not know what it actually means. Special wicking fabric literally pulls moisture from the body to the outside of the clothing so that it can evaporate away, leaving you feeling drier than you would in a fabric without this technology.

Multi-way Stretch

Stretch fabrics come in two types, 2-way or 4-way stretch. 2-way stretch fabrics stretch in one direction, usually from one end of the garment to the other. 4-way stretch fabrics stretch in both directions, crosswise and lengthwise.

At Sundried, we use 4-way stretch fabrics to create the ultimate in comfortable, breathable, and moveable clothing. When you’re training you want your apparel to move with you so that it doesn’t chafe or ride. Our materials stay put and follow the contours of your body to not only make the clothes more comfortable but to create flattering outlines too.

Temperature Control

When you’re training, you want to stay cool when it’s hot and warm when it’s cold. Our temperature control technology does just that. Special fabrics and fibres are used to channel warmth so that you can be comfortable no matter what the weather.

Recycled Fabrics

Sundried are proud to support ethical, sustainable activewear production with our EcoTech® collection which contains pieces made from recycled plastic bottles, recycled coffee grounds, and biodegradable yarn.

You’ve probably heard of fabric being made from recycled plastic bottles, but coffee is the latest development in responsible sourcing. First developed by a Taiwanese company in 2008, the use of coffee grounds to make clothes has been on the rise ever since. The fabric produced has a number of benefits, especially for activewear and gym clothing. It is fast-drying, sweat-wicking, and de-odorising, all benefits which are hugely important for performance clothing. Not only that, it does not require the high-temperature treatment that other materials require during production which reduces CO2 emissions leading to a greener planet.