Generally, the field clothing we see is a "two-in-one" or "three-in-one" fabric structure. These fabric structures are based on a high-tech breathable and warm inner layer, and cooperate with the outer layer of windproof, waterproof, anti-fouling, anti-static, etc., which can have a good maintenance effect for outdoor sportsmen.
Field sports are in addition to the physical abilities and skills of the participants. It also needs field clothing that can be used to harsh weather and messy geographical environment. To protect the personal safety of the athletes. Generally, the field clothing we see is a "two-in-one" or "three-in-one" fabric structure. These fabric structures are based on a high-tech breathable and warm inner layer, and cooperate with the outer layer of windproof, waterproof, anti-fouling, anti-static, etc., which can play a very good maintenance effect on outdoor athletes.
Fabric warmth and breathability planning
The inner layer used in field sportswear is mostly velvet, because field sports generate a lot of heat and sweat evaporation. It is required that clothing has excellent heat dissipation and ventilation functions, and this type of fabric has the advantages of easy drying, good ventilation and warmth, so it is often used as a warmth material for outdoor sportswear in winter. The planning of the outer fabric should also pay attention to breathability.
This function allows the wearer to keep the body dry and comfortable. Make clothes warm and simple.
Waterproof and windproof planning of fabric
Most of the common outdoor sportswear outer fabrics require a certain waterproof function (such as Oxford cloth). At the same time, in order to maintain the dryness of the human body, some clothing adds mesh cloth to the rainproof outer fabric as a fabric.
In this way, the body is separated from the waterproof outer layer and away from moisture. Secondly, the planning of fabrics must be windproof. Because of the strong wind in the wild and the cold in the mountains, sports such as mountain climbing, skiing or gliding are carried out in environments with high wind speeds.
Fabric wear resistance planning
The abrasion resistance of clothing fabrics cannot be ignored, and the requirements for antibacterial, odor, and stain resistance are even higher. After all, washing conditions in the field are limited. In addition, for outdoor sports such as rock climbing and forestry, clothing fabrics must have outstanding stretch resistance and tear resistance. The requirements for these functions are very stringent from the viewpoint of textile technology.