Neoprene Scuba (2mm) Fabric

Neoprene Scuba (2mm) Fabric

Content: 90% Polyester / 10% Spandex
Width: 58"
Thickness: 2 mm (approx.)
Weight: 275 GSM, 1.1lbs per yard (approx.)

Description

Neoprene Scuba fabric is a 2mm thick fabric that consists of soft spongey microfibers sandwiched between two smooth, tightly knit layers of fabric. Neoprene Scuba fabric is 58” wide and manufactured with a blend of 90% polyester and 10% spandex, making it easy-to-clean and durable. This fabric is known for its exceptional ability to hold its structure and its superb insulating capability in keeping things hot/cold. Our Neoprene Scuba fabric is to die-ve for, and available in a wide variety of both vibrant colors and prints!

How To Use

Comfortable and flexible with a gorgeous flow, Neoprene Scuba fabric will keep you warm or cool and is easy to sew and embroider. Some great project ideas with Neoprene Scuba fabric include, pleated dresses and skirts, sweatshirts, shoes, and accessories such as phone and laptop cases, and beverage insulators.

Notable Features

• 33% Horizontal Stretch
• 2mm Thickness & 275 GSM
• Durable & Insulating
• Easy To Clean

Care Instructions

Machine Washable; Avoid High Heat.

Custom sewing services:

Rod Pocket Curtains for Pipe & Drape

Frequently Asked Questions for Neoprene Scuba (2mm)

What is the best neoprene fabric for scuba diving / wetsuits?

The best neoprene fabric for scuba diving / wetsuits are ones made from closed-cell foam neoprene. Closed-cell foam neoprene is neoprene scuba fabric infused with nitrogen to increase insulation and buoyancy.

What is the difference between neoprene and scuba?

Neoprene and scuba are used interchangeably. Generally, they both refer to a layer of foam sandwiched between two synthetic knit sheets of fabric. We also offer Scuba Double Knit fabric, two synthetic sheets of fabric woven together without the layer of foam. It should be noted that closed cell foam neoprene fabric is needed for underwater diving.

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