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Raincoat manufacturers classify raincoats
Aug 02, 2018


Classification of raincoats


Raincoats are rain-proof clothes made of waterproof fabric. Waterproof fabrics for raincoats include tape, tarpaulin and plastic film. As our living standards improve, the classification of raincoats has increased. Next, let's take a look at the classification of raincoats with Xiaobian.


By material


Polyvinyl chloride (PVC): It is a jelly translucent plastic raincoat that is often seen outside. This raincoat is inexpensive but easy to break.


Nylon plus PVC: It is the inner layer of nylon fabric and then coated with a layer of PVC waterproof layer. Its price is moderate and it is not easy to be damaged. It is the main material of raincoat now.


Waterproof and moisture permeable cloth: The inner surface of the cloth is coated with a waterproof and moisture permeable paint.


Modern raincoat waterproof fabrics focus on breathability, such as special nylon and Gore-Tex. Breathable raincoats help people to wear moisture from the raincoat when they are wearing rain, increasing comfort. Still want to know more about raincoats? Then pay attention to us!


2. By style


1) Windbreaker raincoat: Windbreaker raincoat, also known as Peter Pan, cloak raincoat, is a common raincoat.


Advantages: The windbreaker raincoat features easy to use and fast to wear.


Disadvantages: The rain protection function of the legs is slightly insufficient. If the rain is strong and the wind is strong, the legs are often wet by the rain or by the side.


2) Two-section raincoat: Two-section raincoat is also raincoat and rain pants, which is usually used by the locomotive family.


Advantages: The rain protection function for the legs is better than the windbreaker raincoat.


Disadvantages: It is more troublesome to wear. If the rain is a little more urgent, the raincoat may not be worn before it may be wet.


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