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Type of fabric for Swimming or swimwear?


The best fabric for Swimming or swimwear

Swimwear are made from a variety of materials, from spandex to polyester and spandex and nylon blends. Polyester and spandex are two common swimwear materials and each has its own strength. Choosing the right swimwear material for you and your needs is the durability of swimming, Comfort as well as budget considerations will make a difference.

When choosing the right swimming thing for you, there are many things to consider. Both spandex and polyester suits have their advantages and disadvantages, but what you need to keep in mind is what is your priority as a swimmer

Polyester swimming suit

Polyester has become a popular choice for swimwear, especially for competitive swimwear, over the past few years. Polyester swimsuits are known to be durable and durable. They retain their color and shape after repeated use in water and are chlorine-resistant. The material also protects from UV rays

Now the new arrival product is spandex. Spandex, Which can also be marketed as Lycra, This is another popular swimsuit material. Spandex is an extended material which is a very good one, Provides comfortable fit. Spandex is known for its elasticity and stretch, Which is ideal for swimming. Spandex suits have been used by competitive swimmers, One disadvantage, however, is that spandex suits are not chlorine-friendly. Spandex suits must be washed in cold water after each use and do not hold the harsh chemicals in the pool that can cripple the suit. Being said, Spandex suits are less expensive than polyester suits, So if you are looking for a casual swimmer medium range budget level quality swimmer, spandex can be a swimwear for you!

Microfiber polyester swimwear fabric

Microfiber polyester is best. It absorbs more water than polypropylene and nylon but it is very tolerant and has high melting point in the case of UV. It is not affected by chlorine pool chemicals. The polyester is doing Vicky so that it does not draw or grind when it goes wet or gets wet with sweat, And microfiber waves are better than silk.

Polypropylene is the second. Polypropylene absorbs very little water. Polypropylene has a low melting point. It will be half-melted while sitting in a car baking in the desert sun (Full-throat on the sun injury dashboard). Polypropylene immersed in water will provide some thermal insulation (Other fabrics provide none). Polypropylene is best worn as a cold weather base layer. If you swim in cold water (23 °C / 73 °F below) It will take place number 1 for swimwear

My Point of View:-  The best material is nylon woven with 10-20% Lycra. The polyester / Lycra blend is mechanically suitable, but can be fastened in chlorinated water, reducing its elasticity.

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