Apparel and
Recreation Applications

Rubber Resource has numerous clients that make products for the apparel and recreation industries. We have been supplying products for apparel and recreational equipment makers for over two decades.

We stock foams, rubbers, fabrics and tapes that are used extensively in the apparel and recreation markets.

Rubber Resource has the experience and know-how to help our clients in the apparel and recreational products spaces bring their design to life utilizing our materials knowledge and converting services.

Some examples of converted products we have made for the apparel and recreation industries include: backpack panels and protective inserts, pet harnesses, hat and apparel decorations, eye masks, bicycle saddlebags, gun holsters, and laptop computer bag parts. We have experience cutting diverse fabrics and managing complicated jobs involving many different sizes, shapes, colors and materials.

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Some examples of converted products we have made for the apparel and recreation industries include: backpack panels and protective inserts, pet harnesses, hat and apparel decorations, eye masks, bicycle saddlebags, gun holsters, and laptop computer bag parts. We have experience cutting diverse fabrics and managing complicated jobs involving many different sizes, shapes, colors and materials.

Apparel/Recreation Products
Materials that make up these industries are:

Cushioning Foams

Micro-Cellular Urethane Foams

XLPE

Conductive Foams, Fabrics and Adhesives

Polycarbonate Plastic

Felt

Cordura Fabric

Rhinotek Fabric

Durafoam

Spray Adhesive

Frequently Asked

Questions

What materials for this industry can you NOT cut?

Due to our versatile machinery, Rubber Resource can cut nearly any material used in the apparel and recreational products markets. Many of these materials are quite challenging to get precise, efficient cuts, but we have experience engineering the processes to do the job economically.

Can I give you the material to cut?

Yes! Most of our apparel and recreational products customers provide us with their required materials (they are after all, the designers!). We then figure the processes and labor needed to do the job and quote accordingly.