TRUST IS NOT EASY TO GAIN
There is an undeniable sense of trust given by plastic products. And we reinforce this feeling with what we use in nature.
Old Boats Left in the Past
Captain Quint’s boat in Jaws may be made of wood. Much of today’s modern art of pleasure, however, is made of strong, lightweight plastic and polymer, from popular Hobie Cat catamarans to Boston Whalers and fast boats. The most common composite is fiberglass plastics, better known as glass fibers. These materials offer creative and unique designs. It is also naturally waterproof, durable and easy to maintain. So you can spend more time on the water and spend less time in the dry pond for repair and maintenance.
If you Think Boots Designed For Hiking In The Mountains are Leather, You are Wrong
Animal skins once dominated the world of walking shoes. However, they can be heavy and expensive, as well as dry and care when wet. The plastic fabrics used in modern hiking boots have a breathable structure and are also shock-proof. They can also provide insulation to help make your walking longer, more comfortable, and help keep your feet dry. It is therefore not surprising that most of today’s boots are made of hard, durable nylon and other plastics. With soft foam insole, hard toe, add long-lasting laces, today’s boots are basically made of durable plastics. And with its much lighter structure, it provides a small solution to foot pain compared to the old material.
Wool is no longer preferred in winter
A few decades ago, wool was the raw material of the fabric used to keep you warm outside, from ski slopes to football bleaches. It works for sheep, doesn’t it? Stylish and durable jackets, fluffy fiber-filled coats, high-tech wind and rainproof fabrics, heat-insulated hoods, and mostly both are made of all plastics, such as nylon and polyester. It is not even a matter of getting wet on a rainy day with a wool coat or jacket. And it is worth knowing that many companies, including those made since 1993, produce winter clothes made from recycled plastic.
Climbers’ Climbing Ropes are now much more durable
As you climb to the edge of a cliff, or hang down, you want to make sure that the rope will hold you, your bag, your friend, your life. Therefore, the use of cotton, silk, hemp and sisal from natural fibers decreased. Transitions were now made to durable plastics (typically nylon). These dynamic mountaineering ropes are made of nylon, allowing the rope to better absorb the energy of a falling mountaineer. In this way, the damage of an accident caused by an incorrect step, an incorrectly held branch or stone is reduced.