Complete knowledge of down jacket fabrics



Complete knowledge of down jacket fabrics Complete knowledge of down jacket fabrics Down jacket fabrics on the market generally have the following types; light and thin ones are th…

Complete knowledge of down jacket fabrics

Complete knowledge of down jacket fabrics

Down jacket fabrics on the market generally have the following types; light and thin ones are the popular trend, such as 380T nylon and the like. The square meter weight of the fabric is about 35G. They are generally made of chemical fiber fabrics. There is also a type of memory fabric or anti-wear fabric. Memory fabrics are also used more often. The square meter weight of the fabric is about 120G, which is relatively thick. In addition, down is generally divided into duck (gray and white) down and goose down (gray and white). The ratio is generally 90/ 10, 80/20, 50/50, the ratio of down in the front, and other fillings in the back. The one with a higher ratio is of course better in quality and has better warmth retention. However, general down jackets have a small amount of breathable hair.

I don’t know if you mean “transparent down” as I understand it. That is the down fibers running out through the gaps in the fabric. If so, it is usually the following two situations. The down is drilled through the stitching or stitching on the fabric. This situation is generally common. It can be prevented by the thickness of the needle in the clothing factory, but it can only be prevented, but it cannot be avoided. The other is to directly pass through the fabric itself, which requires adjustment from the choice of fabric, such as calendering and coating on the back of the fabric. Generally, the effect of coating will be better.

Down jacket fabrics should be velvet-proof, windproof and breathable, and velvet-proof properties are particularly important. The anti-velvet performance depends on the yarn count density of the fabric used. At present, the feathers sold on the market are mainly nylon taffeta and TC cloth. Generally, the yarn count density is above 230T, and 250T is better. Below 230T, it is difficult to ensure that the fluff is not drilled. When identifying the fabric, first look at its thickness. Generally speaking, thin fabrics are considered sparse, and thick fabrics are considered dense. Secondly, pat the fabric with your hands. If any fluff flies out, the density must be below 230T.

Again, hold a certain part of the clothes and rub it slightly (this requires the consent of the salesperson of course). If no fine lint comes out, the density should be 250T; because the nylon thick fabric has a layer of paint, its treatment should be bright, smooth, and smooth. Uniform is better.


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