Increasing Use of Cooling Fabrics in Sportswear and Protective Wear To Drive Revenue Growth of the Cooling Fabrics Market: Reports and Data – Yahoo Finance

Increasing Use of Cooling Fabrics in Sportswear and Protective Wear To Drive Revenue Growth of the Cooling Fabrics Market: Reports and Data – Yahoo Finance

Increasing application of cooling fabrics in sports apparel and protective clothing, increasing development of more improved cooling fabrics, and technological advancements in textile manufacturing are some key factors expected to drive market growth

NEW YORK, Dec. 27, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Reports and Data has published its latest report titled “Cooling Fabrics Market, By Textile Type (Knitted, Woven, Nonwoven), By Type (Synthetic, Natural), By Application (Lifestyle, Sports Apparel, Protective Wearing, Others), and By Region Forecast to 2028.”

Reports and Data

According to the latest report by Reports and Data, the global cooling fabrics market size was 2.15 billion in 2020 and is expected to reach USD 3.59 billion in 2028 and register a revenue CAGR of 6.6% during the forecast period, 2021-2028.

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Drivers, Restraints, and Opportunities

Cooling fabrics are designed to maintain comfortable body temperature during hot seasons or body heat caused by extensive physical performance. These fabrics transfer heat and allow moisture to evaporate from the skin and repel water. Cooling fabrics or textiles are designed to reduce risk of heat stress and heat-related symptoms and conditions in hot environments. Increasing use of cooling fabrics in sports apparel due to rising focus on sports and personal fitness activities and increasing research and development activities to develop more efficient cooling fabrics are some key factors expected to drive market revenue growth over the forecast period.

Cooling fabrics lower internal body temperature, improve thermal comfort, and reduce humidity sensation. Thermal discomfort is one of the major challenges in hot and humid climates and heat and moisture management is key to prevent heat stress, which is boosting adoption of cooling fabrics in personal wear. Cooling fabrics function even when being worn by the wearer as these materials are designed to react when body heat or humidity is sensed. The fabrics adapt to the environment and regulate temperature by managing heat and moisture through distribution and rapid cooling through regulated evaporation. Over the last few years, extensive research has been carried out to develop fabrics that are self-cooling and reduce the sensation of sweat-soaked clothes. In March 2021 for instance, a team of engineers from MIT developed the self-cooling fabrics by spinning polyethylene into fibers and producing yarn that can wick away moisture. The team wove yarns into silky, lightweight fabrics that can effectively absorb and evaporate water more quickly than regular or conventional fabrics, textiles, and materials such as nylon and polyester. In addition, polyethylene-based fabrics would also have smaller environmental impact as compared to other textiles. Increasing investment to develop more novel cooling fabrics is another key factor expected to drive revenue growth of the market going ahead.

Self-cooling fabrics find application in various end-use industries such as sports, healthcare and medical, trade businesses, and emergency services, among others. Self-cooling fabrics maximize performance and provide superior comfort to athletes and increasing focus on reducing heat-induced adverse effects such as dehydration, painful muscle cramps, dizziness, and exhaustion, which is boosting adoption …….