What is Bonded Membrane?
A bonded membrane is a specialized fabric or material that consists of multiple layers bonded together to form a cohesive and functional structure. The layers in a bonded membrane may include a protective outer layer, a membrane layer that provides specific properties such as waterproofing or breathability, and an inner lining for comfort. The bonding process can be achieved through techniques such as lamination, adhesive bonding, or heat bonding. Bonded membranes are commonly used in outdoor and performance apparel, such as rain jackets, skiwear, or hiking gear, where protection from the elements is required while maintaining comfort and breathability. They offer a high level of performance and durability, allowing the wearer to stay dry and comfortable in various weather conditions.