PVC is no stranger to the clothing industry. Employed for its waterproof qualities and aesthetic versatility, it is commonly used in footwear, coats, sporting gear and accessories.
When manufacturers are in need of hard wearing leatherette that is supple and doesn't lose its shape easily, they rely on the qualities of PVC. Plasticized PVC (suspension type resins) can also be used to produce soft semi-rigid soles, thanks to its ability to withstand all weather conditions, resistance to abrasion and antistatic properties.
The coating technique is used to manufacture boots from PVC pastes. Compact or cellular injection of suspension type resins are used to produce soles.
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Increasingly PVC is used to manufacture shoes, contributing to the creation of hard-wearing yet supple leatherette that doesn't easily lose its shape. PVC is also ideal for manufacturing stiffeners for dress shoes. And plasticized PVC (suspension type resins) can be used to produce soft to semi-rigid soles - particularly for sports shoes. Plasticized PVC can withstand all of weather conditions, has antistatic properties and is resistant to abrasion.
The coating technique is used to manufacture boots and shoes from PVC pastes. Compact or cellular injection of suspension type resins is used in the production of soles.
The clothing industry has a growing love affair with avant-garde fashions and specialized clothing made from plasticized PVC-coated fabrics. PVC is particularly well regarded for its ruggedness and ability to be transformed into a wide range of colors and patterns.
Coated synthetic fabrics are used to produce a range of athletic and fashion items.
Plasticized PVC-coated fabrics are used for specialized clothing and avant-garde fashion designs. PVC is particularly valued for its sturdiness and its ability to lend itself to a wide range of colors and designs.
Coated of synthetic fabrics are used in the production of sports and fashion items.