Breathaprene is made with Airfit technology but the peculiarity of being more focused and specializaed elasticity. In adittion, its comfort and adjustment characteristics make it more focused on sporting goods (mostly).

For the manufacture of Breathaprene, we use our Airfit technology, which generates technical foams with an open cell structure, which results in a final product with high breathability.

In Breathaprene, we also add a special elasticity to our foams and pay special attention in comfort and adjustment, since we focus more on the manufacture of sporting goods. Thermal comfort is a key element that our customers seek, and that is that we put our efforts into creating a material that transpires, thus preventing the retention of sweat and allowing the body to regulate its own temperature (that’s why we call it second skin). We ensure that all our products have an extraordinary breathability index to water vapor and very good values of thermal resistance, to guarantee an increase in thermal comfort.

Natural feeling

Excellent mechanical



Airfit Physical Structure

The manufacturing process of Airfit by using special equipment for the mechanical foaming of the aqueous emulsion of the polymer, active tense, additives and air, and the subsequent drying and vulcanization process, allows obtaining a physical structure of the material very open.
This structure maintains elastic properties and at the same time a high breathability. Its open cell structure facilitates its biodegradation.

Airfit Chemical Structure

The main raw materials used in Airfit are SBR latex (aqueous emulsion of Copolymer Styrene-Butadiene) and Natural polymeric foam (Polyisoprene).

Natural Latex


It is obtained in a sustainable way from the resin of the rubber tree (Hevea Brasilienses) that grows in tropical areas of Southeast Asia (Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, India), South America (Brazil, Guatemala) and Africa (Nigeria, Ivory Coast , Cameroon). Natural latex, although basically having the same chemical constitution (polyisoprene), differs from one another according to its origin, climatology and purification and concentration processes and treatments.

Synthetic Latex


There are numerous types, similar among them, with SBR being the most widespread. SBR latex is a synthetic elastomer obtained by the copolymerization of a mixture of styrene and butadiene, this being responsible for the elastic part and styrene of the stiffness in the polymer chain.



Insoles and lining for footwear


Insoles and orthopedic inserts for foot care


Sporting goods such as gloves and yoga mats


Acoustic and impact insulation in construction