A raincoat is a rainproof garment made of waterproof fabric. Waterproof fabrics suitable for raincoats include tape, tarpaulin and plastic film. Modern raincoat waterproof fabrics focus on breathability, commonly used such as special nylon and Gore-Tex. The breathable raincoat is conducive to the release of hot and humid water vapor from the raincoat when wearing the raincoat, which increases comfort.
Khaki twill weave. Varieties are classified according to the warp and weft yarns used, including cable cards (strands for both warp and weft), half-line cards (warp strands, single yarns for weft) and yarn cards (single yarns for both warp and weft).
The line card is woven with a 2/2↗ organization, with obvious twill lines on the front and back, also known as double-sided card. The half-line card is woven with 3/1↗ organization. The yarn card is woven with 3/1↖ weave. Half-line cards and yarn cards are single-sided cards.
The raw materials used in khaki are mainly pure cotton, polyester cotton and so on. The fabric has a tight, thick structure, distinct textures, and is durable. After dyeing, it is mainly used for spring, autumn and winter clothing fabrics and windbreaker and raincoat fabrics. Shakado is used as outerwear and workwear fabric.