Four new distributors for WeatherMax fabric

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Safety Components, manufacturer of WeatherMax and outdoor technical fabrics has added four distributors for its newest product WeatherMax 3D.

The company says that the addition of J. Ennis Fabrics, Keyston Bros., Performance Textiles and The Miami Corporation provides availability of the fabric throughout the U.S. and Canada.


WeatherMax 3D stretches up to 20 percent under tension and returns to its normal shape when relaxed. It’s water resistant and breathable and is pigment solution dyed to resist UV rays and fading. The fabric also comes with a 5-year warranty.


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