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Cordura unveils fabric innovations from authorized mills
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Aug '12
The CORDURA brand team has unveiled the latest CORDURA fabric innovations from several of its authorized global CORDURA fabric mills. Products include a wide range of new apparel and gear related fabrics, including CORDURA Denim, Duck, Naturalle, UltraLite, and HP fabrics.

“The key themes among these fabric innovations are versatility, and long-lasting durability,” said Cindy McNaull, global CORDURA brand marketing director. “We have denim, canvas, stretch, hybrid blends, waterproof and breathable finishes, PU, TPU, and silicon coatings, organic constructions and more represented in this diverse lineup of gear and apparel targeted fabrics. Extending the life and performance of CORDURA fabric offerings is our goal and supports our brand’s tagline of ‘Sustainability Begins With Products That Last.’”

The latest CORDURA fabric innovations include:

  • Artistic Milliners: 255 – 390 gsm (9-13.75 ounce per square yard) CORDURA Denim fabrics, with and without LYCRA fiber and LYCRA T400 fiber for added comfort and stretch in a wide variety of specialty colors and finishes (Rivera, Sirrocco, Straight Edge and Pre-Shrunk & Skewed).
  • Dezhou YuanJi: Newest mill to join the authorized CORDURA Denim fabric network; offering 355 and 420 gsm (12.5 and 14.75 ounce per square yard) CORDURA Denim fabrics in 3x1 weave denim constructions.
  • Dong Jin: Wide variety of innovative gear and apparel fabrics (50-360 gsm) ranging from 30-500d hybrid blended nylon 6,6/poly rip stops, twills, and mélange fabrics, as well as CORDURA Naturalle fabrics featuring Lycra fiber technology.
  • HuaMao: Showcasing CORDURA UltraLite Fabrics for tent / accessory end-uses, including variety of weaves and coating options(eg, one side PU,one side silicone).Also featuring array of full-dull apparel focused CORDURA Naturalle fabrics. With different deniers and coatings, including waterproof finishing, PU and TPU breathable membrane technologies.
  • Lee Jo: New collection focused on CORDURA HP and Hybrid CORDURA HP / Nylon fabrics in deniers ranging from 100 to 810. Ened-Uses include bags, packs, and footwear.
  • Mount Vernon: 280 – 340 gsm (10–12 ounce per square yard) CORDURA Denim fabrics (88/12 cotton/INVISTA T420 nylon 6,6)

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