70% cotton 30% Polyester Dobby 108*90/JC40*40 coolmax wicking and quick dry fabric for shirts,casual garments, outdoor garments
|Finish||coolmax, wicking and quick dry|
|Fabric Characteristics||comfortable, smooth hand feel,Breathable, wicking and dry|
|Available Color||Navy etc.|
|Density Instruction||Finished Fabric Density|
|Delivery Port||Any port in China|
|Packing||Rolls, fabrics length less than 30 yards are not acceptable.|
|Min order quantity||5000 meter per color,5000 meter per order|
|Supply Ability||300,000 meters per month|
|End Use||Shirts,kid Garments,Outdoor garments etc.|
|Payment Terms||T/T in advance, LC at sight.|
|Shipment Terms||FOB, CRF and CIF, etc.|
This fabric can meet GB/T standard, ISO standard, JIS standard, US standard. All the fabrics will be 100 percent inspected before shipment according to American four point system standard.
What is COOLMAX fabric?
COOLMAX is a specially engineered type of polyester exclusively produced by Invista, an American textile corporation. This polyester fabric consists of fibers that are carefully engineered to wick moisture and allow the passage of heat. COOLMAX fabric has a variety of potential applications, and it is a popular material for socks, jeans, and other types of apparel. While there are other fabrics with similar attributes to this engineered textile, COOLMAX is the sole trademark of Invista.
How does COOLMAX fabric impact the environment?
The measures Invista has taken to produce COOLMAX EcoMade fibers somewhat mitigate the environmental impact of this polyester fiber, but the remaining four products within the COOLMAX line have a decidedly negative impact on the environment. The production of COOLMAX fibers involves formaldehyde, which is a potent neurotoxin. Additionally, all types of polyester are unsustainable since they are made using fossil fuels.
While in use, COOLMAX fabrics contribute to microfiber pollution, and polyester fabrics like COOLMAX do not biodegrade when discarded. While COOLMAX EcoMade fibers address the issue of fossil fuel use in polyester production and initially reduce plastic pollution, these fibers are still made using formaldehyde, they contribute to microfiber pollution, and they inevitably contribute to plastic pollution when discarded.