We are a national high-tech enterprise. At present, there are many kinds of self-woven and cooperatively processed fabrics, including microfiber warp-knitted towel cloth, weft-knitted towel cloth, coral fleece, etc.
Questions to Consider When Choosing Raincoat Fabric's Waterproof Fabrics
What level of waterproofing do you need? You need something worthy of a major flood or more waterproof. If looking for a highly waterproof option, consider looking for more technical fabrics - more expensive but better quality in terms of water resistance, durability, and breathability.
Do you need something lightweight, or a heavier fabric to provide some insulation? Some fabrics are very lightweight and easy to pack, perfect for stacking on top of other clothing in a backpack or for use in warmer weather. Other fabrics are insulating, making it a great all-in-one option for cooler weather.
Do you build gear for occasional light wear, or do you build gear for regular use? If you're looking for a lightweight option, lightweight nylon may suffice. However, if these garments are frequently used for work or play, consider using heavier fabrics and possibly adding knee and seat patches to sturdy materials.
Do you prefer Composite Fabric, or do you prefer natural fabrics? Synthetic materials are in some ways the "easier" choice - they tend to be lighter, and high-quality technical fabrics can be very effective waterproofing layers. Natural materials are heavier, more durable, and have less impact on the environment, but you have to do some work to make them waterproof. With maintenance, natural materials can last a long time, rather than a "one-off" option like man-made materials.