Stretch, comfort and aesthetics of stretch herringbone fabrics

- Jun 12, 2018 -

Stretched herringbone fabrics are popular with people because of their good stretchability and aesthetics. At the same time, garments made of them also promote the convenience and quickness of outdoor activities, because they can effectively protect muscles under the protection of elasticity. In the stretching of the power consumption, the elasticity of the fabric keeps the clothes in sync with the rhythm of the exercise, and on the basis of the protection of the body surface, the ability of the human to break through the limit is even greater.

 

The elastic herringbone fabric presents a herringbone oblique classic style. After adding spandex, it can be made into an elastic herringbone fabric. For example, ordinary polyester fabric is not elastic. If you add covered spandex, you can have very With great flexibility, spandex can be stretched five or six times.

 

DuPont Lycra is a very representative artificial elastic fiber, the best elastic fabric, can be extended to 4 to 6 times the original length, excellent stretch, suitable for blending with a variety of fibers, can enhance the texture drape, wrinkle-free Etc. Dupont Lycra, which contains chlorine-resistant ingredients, will enable swimwear to have a longer life than swimwear in common materials.

 

The texture of nylon fabric is not as solid as Lycra fabric, but its elasticity is comparable to that of Lycra. Currently, it is the most commonly used fabric for swimwear, which is suitable for mid-priced products. The polyester fabric is a one-way, two-way stretch of elastic fabrics, due to limited elasticity, mostly used in swimming trunks or female swimming body split type, not suitable for one-piece models. Can be partially spliced or fabrics for low-price strategy applications.

 

When choosing apparel fabrics, we need to ensure comfortable and breathable, and of course look beautiful. One of the fabrics that can meet the above requirements is the elastic herringbone fabric. In addition, there are many other types of herringbone fabrics, such as jacquard, bamboo, sanded, etc. The degree will also be different, used to make different clothes.

 

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