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Nylon is a synthetic fiber derived from petrochemicals widely used throughout the fashion world. It is known for its incredible strength, durability, and exceptional elasticity.
Nylon is cold and smooth to the touch. It’s like touching plastic, which isn’t surprising because it is plastic. As a synthetic fiber derived from petroleum, it looks and feels similar to many other manufactured fibers.
What makes it different from nylon is its more flexible drape. Designed as an alternative to silk, nylon material is softer and lighter than synthetic fiber materials.
Polyester is a manufactured synthetic fiber. It is a type of plastic that is usually derived from petroleum. Alternatives to petroleum-derived polyester exist, including those made from recycled plastics, crops, and waste.
Polyester is the most widely used fiber in the world. It is used in shirts, pants, and skirts as an inexpensive alternative to natural fibers such as cotton and silk.
As a manufactured fabric, polyester is durable, long-lasting, and waterproof. It is a popular fabric used for outdoor activities and sportswear.
Spandex is a synthetic fabric that is valued for its elasticity. Contrary to popular belief, “spandex” is not a brand name. The term is generally used to refer to polyether-polyurea copolymer fabrics, which are manufactured using a variety of manufacturing processes.
This fabric can be stretched to five to eight times its normal size and is typically used in form-fitting consumer garments. In most cases, pure spandex is not used in apparel, but small amounts of this fabric are woven into other synthetic, semi-synthetic, or organic fibers.
Yoga pants and almost the entire athleisure category would not exist without spandex.
Lycra is a brand name for Elastic fiber, a highly elastic synthetic fabric. Despite their names, Lycra, spandex, and elastic are all of the same material, and these fabrics can stretch five to eight times their normal strength.
Garments made with LYCRA® have many advantages besides the ability to stretch. LYCRA® adds comfort, fit, shape retention, durability, and freedom of movement. In addition, it is easy to care for, wrinkle-resistant, saves time, and looks great. All of this results in a garment of high-end quality.
Cotas Epic Protect
Coats Epic Protect sewing threads are treated with an innovative process to provide antimicrobial properties.
The antibacterial treatment creates an “antibacterial ring” that suppresses the odors and stains around the suture that cause bacteria and pathogens to develop. The suture is guaranteed to be clean and free of infection.
Coats Epic Protect has many benefits, including antimicrobial and bacterial odour inhibition and stain resistance. Coats Epic Protect threads have passed many recognised antimicrobial tests, including AATCC TM90 and ASTM M90 (microbial activity), EN/ISO 20743 (antimicrobial), and the Japanese SEK Blue Label certification.
Graphene is the new “wonder material” of 2019. In addition to being lightweight and having excellent thermal and electrical properties, graphene is one of the strongest, thinnest, and most flexible materials in the textile industry. The material is being used to make the next generation of sportswear.
Graphene fabric is also one of the thinnest materials known and has unique antimicrobial, antistatic, durable, chemical, heat, and water resistance properties.
Need More Fabrics?
With Motolemon’s textile factory, you can quickly and effortlessly customize your private label fitness wear, gym wear, yoga pants, leggings, jumpsuits, sportswear sets, sports bras, t-shirts, tanks, or jackets for men, women, boys, or girls!
We can offer many other high-quality and suitable fabrics, including but not limited to your designs: cotton, bamboo fiber, viscose, rayon, recyclable fabrics, etc.
Talk to us today with your specific fabric requirements for your OEM/ODM projects, and let’s shorten your production time and sourcing cycle together!
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