Raincoats are mainly made of synthetic materials such as nylon, tergal, plastic, waterproof, and worn to protect from rain. All clothes that are worn over waterproof clothing are called rainwear. Often made of extremely light and durable fabrics, a hooded, waterproof shell is an excellent choice for a rain jacket.
There are hundreds of different models of rainwear with a wide range of usage areas and sectors. The outer layer of the fabric has a durable water-repellent coating, usually made of fluoropolymer.
Hydrophilic polyurethane coats the membrane on the side that touches the inner layer of the fabric, often known as the back, to absorb sweat and make the garment stronger. Raincoats are divided into different types and characteristics according to their characteristics and purposes of use.
Soft, easy to fold, and comfortable to pack in any bag for use at any time.
Double seam and silicone-coated nylon material provide water resistance. These fabrics allow water vapor to pass through and help the garment to "breathe". There are varieties suitable for every field.
Modern waterproof fabrics often consist of three layers with a hydrophobic polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) membrane compressed between two layers of fabric. This PTFE membrane has small pores that are too small for water droplets to penetrate. The pores are large enough for water vapor to pass through, so the user's sweat does not collect inside the garment.