Fashionably inspired: Judo and Relay by Wolf-Gordon

Wolf-Gordon launched Judo and Relay, two contract upholstery textiles inspired by the latest fashion trend in apparel knits and elegant sportswear.

Available exclusively in jet black, Judo is a nylon blend with a classic honeycomb pattern. The fabric’s elastane (also known as spandex or Lycra) makes it elastic and durable. Meanwhile, Relay is a 100 percent polyester spacer knit fabric that is Greenshield-finished and comes in 13 colorways, including bright colors like pink pomello, sky and citron; and neutrals like cream, charcoal and light gray.

Established in 1967, Wolf-Gordon is based in New York. The company portfolio includes vinyl, non-woven, and TPO materials, in addition to luxury materials such as silk, suede, grass cloths and wood.


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