The difference between 600D and 300D Oxford fabrics for luggage-
For a good bag, fabric is very important. What are the differences between 600D Oxford cloth and 300D Oxford cloth?
The main features of choosing 600D Oxford cloth as luggage fabric are: high strength-strong impact resistance, good elasticity, heat resistance, water absorption, abrasion resistance, and light resistance. Very good, 600D Oxford cloth has the advantages of good breathability, moisture wicking, and good light-shielding properties.
300D Oxford cloth uses warp and weft 300*300D stretch yarn as raw material, and is woven with different densities and weights according to customer needs. After rinsing, coating, waterproofing and other processes, it is not easy to tear, feels soft, elastic, mildew-proof, and has strong anti-fouling functions.
The difference between regular 600D Oxford cloth and 300D Oxford cloth is that the former is thicker. Polyester or nylon fabrics are represented by D. D: Denier = g/L*9000, where g is the weight of the silk thread (grams), and L is the length of the silk thread (meters). It represents the weight of the silk thread per unit length and is a unit of yarn fineness. The larger the number in front of D, the thicker the Oxford cloth yarn and the more wear-resistant and durable it is.
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