Nylon is a synthetic polymer, or plastic, that was first developed in 1935. It is known for its strength, durability, and versatility, as well as its resistance to abrasion, chemicals, and UV light. Nylon is used in a wide range of applications, including clothing, gear and equipment, automotive parts, and industrial products such as ropes, nets, and bristles.
Nylon fabric is typically used for clothing, particularly activewear and outerwear. It is often used in the production of athletic wear, such as running shirts and pants, as well as jackets and other outerwear. Nylon is also used in the production of swimwear, hosiery, and underwear. In addition to clothing, nylon fabric is also used to make bags, backpacks, tents, and other gear and equipment.