In this era of constantly highlighting fashion and personalization, men's choices of backpack styles are becoming more and more colorful. Under normal circumstances, the style of men's backpacks is more business and leisure, and they pay more attention to the choice of double backpack materials. What kind of fabric is better to choose when customizing men's backpacks?
Next, Hangzhou Gaoshi Luggage Textile Co.,Ltd. will introduce to you the commonly used fabrics of backpacks, let's take a look!
Commonly used fabric 1: Nylon
Nylon has always been a relatively mainstream luggage fabric. It is a synthetic fiber, very lightweight, and has excellent wear resistance, water resistance, elasticity and other characteristics. The biggest feature of nylon customized men's backpacks is "quality" and style. The design generally focuses on "pure colors", so backpacks made of nylon fabrics are generally suitable for stable "business people", which not only have a business atmosphere, but also have fashion characteristics.
Commonly used fabric 2: polyester
Polyester fabrics are characterized by firmness and durability, good tensile properties, no deformation, strong thermoplasticity, no fear of mold, and no fear of moth-eaten. However, it is heavier than nylon and has poor hygroscopicity. At the same time, it is easy to carry static electricity in winter, which affects comfort.
Commonly used fabric 3: canvas
The biggest feature of canvas is that it is durable and inexpensive. After dyeing or printing, it is mostly used as a casual style backpack or hand-held shoulder bag. However, the canvas material is easy to fluff and fade, and it will look old after a long time. In general, trendy people who use rucksacks will often change their bags to match their clothes.
Commonly used fabric 4: genuine leather
Genuine leather generally refers to natural leather. Backpacks made of natural leather are of high grade, good air permeability, and skin-friendly. Because they are genuine leather, the electroplating process such as zipper accessories requires acid and alkali resistance, otherwise it is easy to rust, but the price is relatively expensive. Regular maintenance.