11-8056_LIMONTA EAST_Recycled Polyamide Compact Taffeta

Regular price¥1,823

Fabric type : Woven


Composition : POLYAMIDE 100

Cuttable Width : 147.0

weight : 67sqm

Length : 50.0m

Origin : China

Stock/By order : Stock

We have developed a long-awaited recycling model at Limonta East. Made of 100% recycled nylon, it features a firmness and a luxurious sheen that can only be achieved with high-density nylon. LIMONTA EAST was established in 2006 by Italian company LIMONTA. We have transferred the know-how and advanced technology cultivated in Italy to China. The number of variations has increased year by year, making the collection even more attractive. We offer the highest quality materials that are said to be the world's best in synthetic fiber outerwear.

We will ship your order by DHL within 3 business days.

**Please note that there will be delays in shipping due to Covid-19

and suspentions/delays in shipping due to the Ukraine situation.

Kindly check the DHL annoucement.


We appreciate your patience.



Shipping fee will be variable rate and will be different depending on the area you live and the package size/weight.
These are the approximate shipping fee below from Japan to the different countries.
Please use them as a reference to check your shipping fee.



※We use DHL only at this point.

※Swatch order is Free shipping.


Base Fee(1kg)

+0.5kg each

ASIA(Korea, Taiwan, HK etc)
















International Buyers - Please Note:

  • Please be aware that delivery could be delay depending on customs inspection, in case of natural disasters, and other reasons such as postal strikes.
  • Import duties, taxes, and charges are not included in the item price or shipping cost. These charges are the buyer's responsibility.
  • Please check with your country's customs office to determine what these additional costs will be prior to buying.
  • Customs fees are normally charged by the shipping company. These fees are not additional shipping charges.
  • We won't under-value merchandise or mark the item as a gift on customs forms. Doing that is against international laws.


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