These Chairs Are Made From Reebok’s Flexweave Material

These Chairs Are Made From Reebok’s Flexweave Material
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Odd Matter used the performance textile to make a seat that engages your core

Emma Hutchings
  • 10 january 2018

As part of the Reebok Innovation Collective, Reebok is collaborating with different partners to develop products for the next generation of performance and expression. One of those is the design studio Odd Matter, which experimented with Reebok’s woven performance textile Flexweave. The material makes use of interlocking strands for a strong and lightweight construction.

Odd Matter experimented with the material by manipulating its shape in various ways and exploring its strength and flexibility while under tension. The team ultimately decided to create a chair that allows you to actively engage your core muscles while seated. You can check it out in the video below.

Reebok | Odd Matter

As part of the Reebok Innovation Collective, Reebok is collaborating with different partners to develop products for the next generation of performance and expression. One of those is the design studio Odd Matter, which experimented with Reebok’s woven performance textile Flexweave. The material makes use of interlocking strands for a strong and lightweight construction.

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