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POMOLY's canvas teepee tents are made from a blend of 70% cotton canvas and 30% polyester, which not only retains the breathable warmth of canvas but also overcomes the disadvantages of poor waterproofing and bulkiness of canvas tents.
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Advantages of Hybrid Canvas Fabric Materials

The blend of 70% cotton canvas and 30% polyester used in POMOLY's canvas teepee tents combines the benefits of both materials to create a durable and functional tent fabric. While cotton and polyester have distinct properties, their combination offers several advantages for outdoor use. 

1. Durability: Cotton canvas is known for its strength and durability, making it suitable for outdoor applications. However, pure cotton canvas can be prone to shrinking, mildew, and water absorption. By incorporating polyester into the blend, the fabric gains enhanced durability and resistance to wear and tear. Polyester fibers are known for their high tensile strength and resistance to stretching, shrinking, and abrasion. This blend improves the overall durability and longevity of the tent fabric.

2. Water Resistance: Cotton canvas alone is not naturally water-resistant. It can absorb moisture, swell, and potentially leak during rainy conditions. Polyester, on the other hand, has hydrophobic properties and repels water. By blending polyester with cotton, the resulting fabric exhibits improved water resistance. The polyester fibers help to create a barrier against water, reducing the likelihood of leaks and keeping the interior of the tent dry.

3. Breathability: Cotton is a breathable material that allows air to circulate, which can help regulate temperature and reduce condensation inside the tent. Polyester, although less breathable than cotton, still contributes to the overall breathability of the fabric blend. The combination of cotton and polyester in the fabric allows for a balance between breathability and water resistance, ensuring a comfortable and well-ventilated interior while providing protection from the elements.

4. Weight and Packability: Polyester is a lightweight material, making it ideal for outdoor gear that needs to be easily carried and packed. By blending polyester with cotton canvas, the overall weight of the fabric is reduced compared to a pure cotton canvas tent. This blend offers a good balance between durability and weight, allowing for easier transportation and storage of the tent.

5. Maintenance: Cotton canvas tents require special care, including periodic reproofing and protection against mildew. Polyester, being a synthetic material, is less susceptible to mildew and often requires less maintenance. The inclusion of polyester in the fabric blend reduces the maintenance requirements while still retaining the desirable qualities of cotton canvas.

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