Cordura

Cordura is a special and very robust polyamide fabric. It is known in particular for its exceptional resistance, which is achieved by hot air texturization of the material surface. This fabric was developed especially for military purposes in 1929, but gradually, thanks to its properties, especially strength and durability, it also found its use in the world of technical and outdoor materials. It is still used in the equipment of the American army, it is popular all over the world, especially in the world of bags, backpacks, and suitcases, but also footwear.

Cordura is a material designed to withstand demanding challenges and many years of use. It is very popular with climbers and for purposes where equipment must withstand extra effort. Cordura is resistant to all the pitfalls of the weather, it is treated with a water-repellent treatment, so it is not afraid of rain.

However, it is resistant to abrasions, tears, mold, rot, or moisture. The material is very easy to maintain, dries quickly, and is easy to clean.