Grey ToughTek

Grey ToughTek

  • $15.00


 Sold in 1/2 meters and Canadian funds

Quantity example:

1 = .5m

2 = 1m

3 = 1.5m

4 = 2m

ect.

Orders will be a continuous cut.

 

65% Polyester and 35% Rayon
54 inch cuttable in width

ToughTek sets the standard for abrasion resistant grip fabrics and it is rugged, Non-slip in wet, dry, hot and cold conditions. Earth Friendly IPU, Vegan.

Waterproof, fire retardant, washable, and can go in the dryer on low heat. This is a unique fabric that holds up strongly to wear, and performs excellent as a grip and non-skid shoe in both wet and dry conditions.

I do not manufacture this amazing fabric so here is their statement:
From the Manufacturer: PLEASE SEE *REACH description below for details if you have concerns or questions before you purchase. We do not offer certifications for fabric content.
Our fabric has not been tested for CPSIA standards. It is “REACH” compliant. Safeguarding human health and the environment.

* REACH stands for the Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and restriction of Chemicals, which are the four key elements of the regulation. It aims to ensure a high level of protection of human health and the environment.
Industries have increasingly recognized that REACH is much more than the sum of its individual requirements and that compliance requires strategic planning. REACH is one of the world’s largest independent providers of testing and certification services.
REACH is comprehensive in its scope. It covers nearly all commercial products, consumer products such as clothing and footwear, jewelry, electrical and electronic products, toys, furniture, and health and beauty products all fall within the scope of REACH. This means it also applies to products already regulated by product-specific regulations such as the Toy Directive (2009/48/EC), Cosmetic Regulation (EC No. 1223/2009) and the RoHS Directive (2011/65/EU) on the restriction of hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment. Although REACH is a European legislation, companies outside the EU may be required to comply with its requirements due to the global nature of supply chains.