Polyamide synthetic fibre is tear and abrasion-resistant, absorbs little moisture and is stretchy and crease-free. Polyamide has the highest resistance of all raw textile materials (even whilst wet).
Polyamide fabrics were originally designed as an alternative to silk, and tend to have a better feel due to softer and more flexible fibres. Polyamide is more stain, wrinkle, mould and mildew-resistant than many other fibres.
Caring for your Polyamide:
Polyamide can be machine-washed (according to the individual label specifications), dried under medium heat and can tolerate low temperature ironing. Polyamide fibres cannot be dry-cleaned.