We all know that custom-made backpacks are not just about fabrics. The materials involved range from several to dozens. Commonly used custom-made backpack materials include fabrics, lining, pearl cotton, hardware, plastic, webbing, and edging. , And lining pearl cotton, this is the most basic backpack configuration, what we are going to talk about today is the use of pearl cotton lining in different parts of the backpack.
A better backpack needs to use pearl cotton where there are probably such parts, the front panel, the circumference, the back panel and the shoulder straps. These four parts are the key parts to support the entire backpack, so pearls are used in these four parts. Cotton is exquisite, and we will explain in detail below what we have to say.
The pearl cotton of the front panel is mainly used to make the front panel look flatter, because it has the support of the fabric and the lining, so the use of pearl cotton is more casual, usually 3mm pearl cotton is used, so that both It can play a supporting role and also make the product look less rigid.
Many backpack manufacturers don’t use the pearl cotton around, and think this part can be used. Here we want to talk about it. If it’s a casual backpack, you don’t need it. If it’s a business backpack, in order to make the product look more stylish, we still recommend using 3mm. Or 4mm pearl cotton, because even this doesn’t cost much.
The pearl cotton on the back panel is the most important thing in the entire backpack. Because the backpack has a shape or not, the back panel plays a great role. Usually we use pearl cotton of 5mm or more or 10mm, or even high. Quality backpacks use sponge, because this place is in contact with our waist, which is directly related to the comfort of the backpack.
We can almost see the pearl cotton on the shoulder straps. Bad backpacks generally use 5mm, better ones usually use 10mm or 12mm pearl cotton. Thicker pearl cotton can bring more to the back during the use of the backpack. Comfortable experience, so the use of pearl cotton depends on the positioning of your backpack.