What are the types of fabrics for down jackets?


  The use of down jackets is very popular in winter, and there are many types of materials for making down jackets. Today we will explain to you what are the specific types of fabrics for down jackets? Let the editor of the down factory introduce you!

  1. High-density waterproof fabric

  The density of the fabric itself is very high, generally above 290 tons. Then, through the post-treatment process of melting the surface fabric at high temperature to reduce the fabric gap, the anti-cashmere performance is improved. The lightness and softness of the fabric is the highest among all down jacket fabrics, and it has the performance of windproof, waterproof and breathable.

This kind of fabric is the most widely used fabric for down jackets and down sleeping bags, but the post-treatment process has a great influence on the down resistance of the fabric.

  2. Waterproof coated fabric

  This kind of fabric is somewhat similar to jacket fabric, waterproof and moisture-permeable, and is generally used for alpine professional down jackets. But the difference is that the whole fabric will be lighter and softer than the jacket fabric.

In addition, because down jackets are generally used in cold environments, mainly for the melting of ice and snow solid water, the water pressure resistance requirements of fabrics are not as high as those of outerwear, and most down jackets made of waterproof fabrics do not need to be glued. Another thing to note is that some low-cost down jackets use air-tight coating fabrics to prevent cashmere from seeping through. If it's just for daily wear, you can barely consider it

  3. Ordinary woven fabric plus anti-flannel

  Generally low density nylon or polyester is used.

When making down jackets, adding fleece-proof cloth inside the fabric can play a down-proof effect, and the down-proof performance is good. The disadvantage is that the flannel-proof fabric affects the softness of the down jacket and increases the weight of the entire garment. The most important thing is that if you use inferior anti-flannel, the air permeability of the down jacket will be greatly reduced, and the anti-flannel is easy to break or agglomerate after washing.

Another way is to do anti-velvet treatment. The process is to brush a layer of anti-velvet glue on the inner layer of the fabric. The fabric feels bad and not breathable.

Representative fabrics: many, but not well-known fabric manufacturers.

  The above is the introduction to the content of down jacket fabrics, so this article is over here, thank you for reading!


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