We can all imagine the shortcomings of the early sports […]
We can all imagine the shortcomings of the early sportswear made of cloth, cotton and hemp: heavyweight, great friction with the body, lack of sufficient flexibility, often inhibiting athletes from creating good results in sports, etc. At this time, people began to explore new materials, eager to find lighter, tougher, more flexible and other better performance Outdoor Protection Fabric to make sportswear, so that athletes can achieve better sports results.
The continuous expansion and progress, the emergence of nylon fiber, artificial polyester and another polymer, sounded the clarion call for formal changes in clothing fabrics. Compared with the traditional, nylon clothing has great advantages in reducing weight, while the jacket tightly woven with nylon fiber and the lining of artificial polyester velvet have better thermal insulation effect. Therefore, outdoor protection clothing began to use these chemical fibers instead of natural fibers, and gradually became the mainstream.
Early outdoor protection clothing still has defects, such as poor air permeability, no wear resistance, easy to crack and deform, etc. Researchers have improved the fabric while developing better performance materials. Up to now, countless artificial compositions have been born.