Aertex Fabric

Aertex Fabric - Fabriclore

What is Aertex Fabric? 

  • Aertex is a woven fabric that is very thin, lightweight, and breathable.
  • It has a lot of tiny holes that make it easy for air to flow through.
  • In the summer, it helps keep the body cool, and in the winter, it helps keep the body warm.
  • When a weft thread passes between two doup ends, the doup ends to twist and grab the weft, securing it in place and making it difficult for it to move.
  • By mixing the cross-weave with other types of weave structures, it is possible to create clothing that is both elegant and lovely. 
Aertex Fabric


  • In 1888, a well-known politician and wealthy mill owner named Lewis Haslam started the Aertex company and hence the fabric was named after him.
  • Experiments were carried out by him and his associates on a fabric that had warp and weft woven into it at right angles to one another. 
  • This method of airing out turned out to be effective, which led to the creation of Aertex Fabric.
  • By the turn of the 20th century, an Aertex garment had found its way into the closet of every male in the United States and was enjoying growing levels of popularity.
Aertex Fabric

What Makes it Stand Out 


The texture of aertex fabric is soft and mesh like. 


Aertex is a relatively thin cloth that is made breathable by the presence of minute pores across its surface. 


This fabric is very light, which makes it easy to carry and useful for making undergarments.

Application and Uses


Swiming outfits, gym outfits, sportswear, etc.

Home Furnishing

Curtains, bedsheets, cushion covers, etc.

Care Instructions 

  • Even though it can handle heavy labor and high temperatures, you should still wash it properly before using it.
  • It is recommended that this cloth not be hung out to dry.
  • Regular iron must be used.

Aertex Fabric

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