Lightweight Fabric Make Your Summer More Comfortable

Update: 10-04-2020

If the human body cannot rely on clothing to evaporate […]

If the human body cannot rely on clothing to evaporate sweat and dissipate heat to maintain heat balance, the relative humidity between the clothing and the body surface will increase, which will prevent sweat from evaporating and will cause sweat to drip down greatly, thus causing heat balance damage, raising the body temperature and quickening the pulse of the human body, which is not conducive to health. Therefore, it is very important to choose a suitable Lightweight Fabric.

In summer, fabrics with good moisture absorption and release should be selected. This kind of clothing feels comfortable to wear. In summer, linen fabric, silk fabric or cotton fabric is the best choice for clothing fabrics, not chemical fiber fabric. From the perspective of moisture release, linen fabric not only has good moisture absorption, but also has excellent moisture release and fast heat conduction. If you wear linen clothes in summer, sweat absorption and sweat dissipation are quick, making the wearer feel smooth and cool.

Although real silk and cotton fabrics are comparable in hygroscopicity, real silk is about 30% higher than cotton fabrics in moisture release. Therefore, wearing real silk clothing in summer feels cool and comfortable. Linen and real silk have their own advantages and disadvantages. The beauty of linen lies in its hairy surface, while real silk has a smooth and soft expression and is more comfortable to wear than linen. Polyester fabric clothing has poor moisture absorption and release. For example, although the pure polyester shirt looks beautiful, it is not cool to wear, easy to stick to the body, and relatively sultry. Polyester shirts made of polyester and cotton blend will be more comfortable to wear with a higher cotton content.

The air permeability of fabrics is closely related to the wearing comfort of summer clothing, and good air permeability is conducive to heat dissipation. Generally speaking, air permeability is closely related to fabric and porosity. The looser the fabric structure, the greater the porosity, the lighter the weight, and the better the air permeability. Judging from the basic weave of the fabric, leno weave has better air permeability, while twill weave has better air permeability than plain weave.