Properties Of Fabrics For Sports Uses
Materials with good thermal conductivity are not good insulators, so these materials must be used cooler. Air is one of the worst conductors of heat. The more air a fabric can hold, the more heat it retains.
Breathability is the transport of moisture through a fabric. Moisture can pass between fibers, yarns and through the fiber itself. The ability of moisture to penetrate a fabric depends on the construction of the fabric and the fiber type. Synthetic fibers tend to dry quickly and are the most commonly used fiber in sportswear today.
When high-intensity exercise is performed, transpiration occurs to evaporate heat from the skin. If clothing is not breathable, moisture cannot escape anywhere. This causes moisture to accumulate in the garment and on the skin, causing the body to heat up.
If you need more information related of the characteristics of Sportwear Fabric or Custom T-Shirts Technique, Click Below.