The Dyneema Project pushes towards pushing fabric innovation and creation using the world's most lightweight and strongest fiber material founded in 1963. In the 27 years that followed after, the fiber was able to be transformed into something that can be incorporated into the market. Dyneema fabrics are now a progressive part of craftsmanship dedicated to lifting buildings and stopping bullets. In addition to the Dyneema fiber, ECCO Leather bonds the same material with a leather textile. This adds a bit of luxurious flair, making it the thinnest, yet strongest leather that can be found on the market.
This material has been adopted by many fashion labels including Nike, Burton, Racing Atelier, United Standard, Nexus, Defy Bags, and more. The futuristic fabric has been used to create shoes, outerwear, tents, accessories, and technical apparel. The Dyneema Project recently launched a highly limited 'Tinker Kit' that features all the materials needed to create one's own product using the composite material. Exclusive to only designers and editors, the kit challenges creative exploration.