100% polyester waterproof PU coated oxford fabric bag material
Oxford fabric has high strength suitable for mountaineering bag,
and also widely used to make bags, luggage, tent, umbrella etc.100%
polyester fabrics oxford and Taffeta with various specification,
also can be coated with PU, PA, PVC, Sliever, silica gel etc. And
also can be with fluorescent. Oxford fabric has the technics of
flame retardant, shrink-resistant, waterproof etc.
Characteristics of the Oxford Fabric
1, The Oxford fabric has great insulating properties. It can trap
in a lot of air depending on its thickness and keeps one warm.
Hence, it can be a great choice for winter.
2, Oxford fabrics have fine textures and are slightly heavy in
3, Their basket type of weaving gives the fabric durable and
4, These fabrics age well and get softer with each use.
5, They are also naturally resistant to wrinkles.
6, Oxford fabrics dry easily after washing.
7, They have good resistance to abrasion and chemical agents.
Application of Oxford Fabric
1, The basket weave structure of the Oxford creates a sturdy and
2, Typical Oxford fabrics have lesser shine and silkiness than
other cotton fabrics, which makes them suitable for producing dress
shirts, button-down shirts, pants, and other formal and casual
3, Oxford fabrics have begun to make their move into home décor
fabrics as well. They are ideal to use for window treatments, duvet
covers, pillow shams, wall hangings, and coverings.
4, They can also be used for making bags, backpacks, suitcases,
tents, tourism equipment, hunting and fishing equipment, tables,
chairs, sleeping bags, and different kinds of cases.
5, They are also used in the construction of screen panels to fit
over a wooden frame.
Waterproof fabrics are fabrics that are inherently, or have been
treated to become, resistant to penetration by water and wetting.
The term "waterproof" refers to conformance to a governing
specification and specific conditions of a laboratory test
method. They are usually natural or synthetic fabrics that are
laminated to or coated with a waterproofing material such as
rubber, polyvinyl chloride (PVC), polyurethane (PU), silicone
elastomeric, Fluor polymers, and wax. Treatment could be either of
the fabric during manufacture or of completed products after
manufacture, for instance by a waterproofing spray. Examples
include the rubberized fabric used in Mackintosh jackets, sauna
suits and inflatable boats.
Waterproof Fabric Application
A few of these fabric types include waterproof nylon fabrics,
waterproof polyester fabrics, and even XL wide waterproof fabrics.
Common uses of our lightweight, waterproof fabrics include ponchos,
gear sacks, pack covers, and tarps.