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What is NeoShell Fabric

NeoShell Fabric

NeoShell is a waterproof fabric produced by Polartec. It is designed to be a direct competitor of GORE-TEX, OutDry, and other waterproof membranes. Unlike most of its competitors, however, NeoShell is reasonably elastic and focuses more on breathability than waterproofing. At the same time, NeoShell is waterproof enough to keep you completely dry in wet conditions....

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What is OutDry fabric

OutDry fabric

OutDry is a type of waterproof fabric patented and exclusively produced by Columbia Sportswear. As an update to Columbia’s wildly successful Omni-Dry line, OutDry incorporates new technologies that allow waterproofing materials to be melded directly to the outer layers of shoes, jackets, gloves, and other types of outerwear. Previously, waterproofing technologies could not fuse to other materials without the use of unreliable chemicals, resulting in waterlogging and other undesirable drawbacks....

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Angora wool fabric

Angora wool fabric

At 12-16 microns, Angora wool fibers are among the finest types of wool fibers in the world, and as a result, Angora wool is remarkably silky and soft. This type of wool is impressively fluffy, and since the cores of Angora rabbit hairs are hollow, Angora wool has better heat retention qualities than most types of wool. Additionally, Angora wool does not have the allergenic properties inherent to other types of wool, making this fiber an essential alternative for people with animal hair allergies....

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What is cashmere fabric?

cashmere fabric

Cashmere is a type of wool that is made from the hair of a certain type of goat native to the Gobi Desert and Central Asia. Long considered to be one of the softest and most luxurious types of wool in existence, cashmere is highly prized as a material for sweaters, scarves, and other light cold-weather gear....

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What is damask fabric?

damask fabric

Damask fabric is named for Damascus, which is where this textile product originated. Known for its intricate and reversible patterns, damask fabric is prized for its ornateness. These days, however, it’s easy to make incredibly complex damask patterns with modern textile machines. Traditionally, damask fabric was made from silk, cotton, or wool, but synthetic damask weaves are now available also....

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