The following are common sports fabrics:
1.Pure cotton cloth
Pure cotton sportswear has the advantages of sweat absorption, breathability, quick-drying, etc., which can wick away sweat well. However, the shortcomings of pure cotton fabrics are also obvious, easy to wrinkle and drape is not good.
This fabric emphasizes comfort and fashion, can lengthen the lines of the legs, perfectly set off the slender figure, and set off a luxurious sporty style. However, velvet fabrics are less breathable and heavy, so they generally don’t choose to wear them during strenuous exercise.
The most commonly used is knitted fabric. Knitted cotton fabric is very light and thin, has good air permeability, good elasticity and easy to stretch. It is the best partner when exercising. At the same time, its price is acceptable, and it is a universal sports fabric.
There are currently the following high-tech fibers in the field of sportswear:
(1) Polyamide nylon
It has much better performance than early nylon, and it solves the shortcomings of poor air permeability and non-wear resistance. It can quickly absorb body sweat and volatilize it from its surface.
This new type of fiber is lighter and softer than traditional chemical fibers.
(3)Teflon waterproof and temperature-permeable laminated fabric
This kind of fabric can breathe like human skin, drain excess water vapor out of the body, and isolate the rain and snow from the outside. The secret lies in as many as 700 million micropores per square centimeter.
This type of fiber is becoming a big selling point in the market. The cross-section of this fiber is a unique flat cross-shaped, forming a four-slot design, which can discharge sweat more quickly, and is called a fiber with an advanced cooling system. It is worth mentioning that the Chinese Table Tennis Corps won the gold in Sydney, wearing clothes made of Coolmax fibers.
Everyone is not unfamiliar, such as “shark skin swimsuit”, “quick skin” and other sportswear, their main body is made of silicone resin film.
Lycra is also a very familiar material. Its application has long been beyond the scope of sportswear, but it is an indispensable material in sportswear. This kind of man-made elastic fiber, its anti-pull properties, the smoothness after woven into clothing, the closeness to the body, and the great stretch are all ideal sports elements. The tights and sportswear worn by athletes Both contain Lycra ingredients.