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Custom Outdoor Fabric

Outdoor fabrics are treated during the manufacturing process, to ensure they can withstand the elements, as well as mildew, stains and other outdoor factors. Waterproof outdoor fabric is always popular, and here we examine these materials further.

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Canvas 8.85oz

Thick poly-based canvas with a tight weave. Stiff, matte, opaque. 8.85oz. Subtle, smooth face. Ideal for ground sheets, sails.

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Breathable Waterproof

100% waterproof, quick dry, breathable. PU coated smooth face, firm solid handle. Bright colors. Jackets, tents, windbreaks. 4.57oz

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Florence Power Net

Knitted tulle mesh fabric. Fray resistant, lightweight, 1.77oz. Delicate fluid drape, super stretchy. Tent linings, outer garments

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Knitted poly face backed onto spongy, thick Neoprene. 29.49oz, opaque. Water absorbent, thermal insulator. Good for wetsuits.

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Sailor's Canvas

A heavyweight canvas fabric that has a very soft handle. Chunky weave and rustic, large yarns.

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Airflow Light Sport

AirFlow Light is an eyelet knit sportswear fabric with characteristic holes for breathability. Soft, breathable, cool. Flawless print.

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Canvas 14.75 oz

Thick poly-based canvas with a tight weave. Stiff, matte, opaque. 14.75 oz. Subtle, smooth face. Multiple end uses.

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Nautica Splash Proof

Lightweight poly, peached face. Tough, taut, zero stretch. 5.07oz. Bright white base. Splash proof. Beach, yachting friendly.

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Linden Waterproof

Tough, & sturdy. 3.54oz. Non-fray, crisp to touch, subtle sheen. Waterproof, windproof. Make raincoats, windbreakers, awnings

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Ella Waterproof

Lightweight PU coated fabric. 2.06 oz. Slightly rubbery reverse. Solid & firm with minor give. Umbrellas, waterproof linings.

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Classic Ripstop, strengthened square grid structure. Semi-transparent, waterproof. 1.92oz. Kites, parachutes, yacht sails, flags.

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Oilcloth Matte

100% half panama with crease free satin face. Slight sheen. Waterproof. 8.08oz. Bike covers, rain jackets, tablecloths.

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Polar Fleece

Thick, warm, non-fray. fleece. 8.41oz. Soft, napped texture. Water repellent. Intense colors. Scarves, jumpers, gloves, mittens.

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Gaia Eco Recycled Fabric

Made from 100% recycled PET materials. Eco-friendly. Slightly rough texture, crepe-like sheen. Warm, pale base. 7.67oz. Outdoor clothing.

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Rox Sports Jersey

Breathable, stretch, weft knitted sports jersey. 7.37oz. Expertly selected for athleisure garments.

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Solange Silky Jersey

6.34oz weft knitted single jersey. Super-soft and flexible with good stretch on weft, ideal for outdoor wear.

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What is outdoor fabric?

Outdoor fabric is the perfect blend of style and function. Outdoor fabric, such as outdoor upholstery fabric, is a type of material that is suitable for use outside, for example, in the garden, for clothing, for camping and other outdoor pursuits.

It can be waterproof fabric, specifically designed to repel water or outdoor cushion fabric which is durable, water-resistant and, equally as important, soft and comfortable.

There are also specific fabrics which work best for outdoor clothing usage, thanks to their myriad of properties. Materials can be made from synthetic or natural fibers or a blend of both.

There are several types of outdoor fabric which have either natural attributes that make them suitable for outdoor use, or have been made specifically for that purpose. Some of these include:
  • Fleece
  • Canvas
  • Oilcloth
  • Polyester
  • Nylon
  • Neoprene
  • Treated cotton
  • Cotton canvas
  • Duck cloth

How is it manufactured?

Outdoor fabrics are made from a variety of fibers or fiber blends. They are designed to be more durable than indoor fabrics and undergo a chemical treatment process during manufacturing that ensures they will resist mildew and stains, amongst other things.

Purposes of outdoor fabric

All fabrics are created for a purpose, and outdoor fabrics are made to withstand extreme weather and temperatures.

Outdoor upholstery fabric and outdoor cushion fabric can help you to create a unique outdoor space. To offer protection from the sun or rain, you might need outdoor canopy fabric to make a parasol for patios, outdoor furniture or a swimming pool.

Outdoor clothing needs specific fabrics to ensure that they keep you warm or cool, dry and that they can move easily without restriction.


Outdoor fabrics have many properties which make them essential for everyday life. They are woven fibers which differ in durability and strength. Some of the most vital characteristics include:
  • Resistant to water
  • Do not promote mildew growth
  • Resistant to staining
  • Offer some form of UV protection
  • Durable
  • Insulating
  • Resistant to fading
  • Resistant to creasing and shrinking
  • Strong
  • Easy to clean

Advantages of outdoor fabric

Outdoor textiles allow you to highlight your style and provide exceptional functionality. There are many advantages to these fabrics which makes them superior to other materials that are intended for indoor use. Best of all, they can hold up to the elements without sacrificing style.

Outdoor fabrics have come a long way over the years, thanks to technological advancements in textiles. They are made to withstand UV rays, pollen, dirt, mildew and precipitation. They can also be cleaned very easily.

Another advantage of outdoor fabric is that you can use them indoors. Thanks to their stain and water-resistant properties, not to mention their robust and durable nature, they are perfect to use in homes with children, pets or high-traffic areas.