What are the production processes of the jacket?
A professional jacket should have the following requirements in design: wear-resistant layers on the shoulders and elbows; wind skirts, or wind-proof feet, on the inner middle and lower parts to prevent wind from pouring into the clothes from the hem; There should be a breathable zipper underneath, which can be opened directly when you sweat a lot; a built-in hat can be put away when not in use. There are also some details, such as small hanging buttons on the cuffs, which can directly hang the gloves, and so on.
The manufacturing process of the jacket mainly includes: laser cutting, three-dimensional cutting, laminating treatment, waterproof zipper, waterproof coating, and windproof parts.
Laser cutting can make the cut surface neat and tidy without lint.
Three-dimensional cutting can make the elbows, knees and other parts of the underwear more conform to the curve of the human body, making it more comfortable to wear.
Adhesive treatment at the joints of the seams can prevent water penetration.
Waterproof coating such as DUPONT TEFLON covers the surface of the underwear to enhance the waterproof effect and reduce the corrosion of the material by rain. The waterproof zipper covers the outer layer of the zipper with a waterproof adhesive layer to prevent moisture penetration.
Selection guide Wind-proof parts such as wind-proof skirts, elastic cords at the hem, and Velcro at the cuffs can effectively prevent wind from entering from the outside.