Breathable fabric facilitates the evaporation of moisture from the skin into the outside air. Characteristics such as moisture-wicking ability or a loose weave to promote airflow often make the cloth more breathable. Some popular types of breathable fabric include cotton, polyester, polyamide, linen, and bamboo.

Plant-based fabrics, like cotton, linen, and bamboo, are the breathable fabrics, making them ideal for clothing and bedding. Animal-based fabrics like silk and wool are also breathable, and all of the above allow for easy air circulation, wick away perspiration, and to help keep the body cool.

However, not only plant base fabric are breathable, there are more high technology fabric which could have even higher breathability than natural fibre fabric such as fabric made in COOLMAX yarn, which normally are made in various synthetic materials such as polyester or polyamide.


How does it work?

The technical term used to measure how well a fabric transfers moisture is called the Moisture Vapor Transmission Rate. The higher the Moisture Vapor Transmission Rate of a fabric, the higher of the breathability.

Some fabric fibers, like cotton, have a natural ability to permit airflow. Most synthetic fibers, such as polyester and rayon, do not. Synthetic fabric depends on the structure of the weave to create moisture-wicking abilities and allow airflow.

Breathable Features –

  • Feeling fresh


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