What Is Sherpa Material?


The Sherpa lining material is a latex free fabric suitable for use in splinting. The lining is made to help ease pressure and boost user comfort. The lining can also be used as a pressure relief cover for beds or chairs.
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The Sherpa material is made of 70% acrylic and 30% polyester. It is used for jackets.
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Sherpa material is a kind of fabric made of 70% acrylic and 30% polyester. Sherpa lining is a nubby, soft pile material and provides a lot of warmth. The jackets made with sherpa have sherpa insulation in the body covered with nylon quilt lining in the sleeves.
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