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'''[[Waterproof]]''' / breathable fabrics resist '''[[water]]''' droplets from passing through while at the same time allowing '''[[water vapour]]''' through. Their ability to block out '''[[rain]]''' and '''[[snow]]''' while allowing vapor from sweat to evaporate lends to their use in outdoor sports clothing and single wall tents. '''[[Waterproof]]''' / breathable fabrics resist '''[[water]]''' droplets from passing through while at the same time allowing '''[[water vapour]]''' through. Their ability to block out '''[[rain]]''' and '''[[snow]]''' while allowing vapor from sweat to evaporate lends to their use in outdoor sports clothing and single wall tents.
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 +Also See
 +*'''[[Fiber]]'''
 +*'''[[Lyrca]]'''
 +*'''[[Kevlar]]'''
 +*'''[[Knitting]]'''
 +*'''[[Natural fibers]]'''
 +*'''[[neoprene]]'''
 +*'''[[plastic]]'''
 +*'''[[Polyester]]'''
 +*'''[[Polyamide]]'''
 +*'''[[Polypropylene]]'''
 +*'''[[Polyurethane]]'''
 +*'''[[rubber]]'''
 +*'''[[Synthetic fibers]]'''
 +*'''[[Textile fabrics]]'''
 +*'''[[Tricot]]'''
 +*'''[[vinyl]]'''
 +*'''[[Waterproof fabrics]]'''
 +*'''[[Woven]]'''
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Waterproof / breathable fabrics resist water droplets from passing through while at the same time allowing water vapour through. Their ability to block out rain and snow while allowing vapor from sweat to evaporate lends to their use in outdoor sports clothing and single wall tents.



Also See

Reference;

  1. See Wikipedia Waterproof [1]




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