The use of DWR durable water-repellent fabric can keep dry in most test environments.
What is DWR durable water repellent?
Durable water repellent (DWR) technology is a polymer coating added to the fabric to provide waterproof protection. This technique repels water and causes the water to form beads on the surface of the fabric. This will cause it to roll off the surface instead of dipping into the fabric.
DWR not only repels liquids, but also allows fabrics to breathe. Water droplets flow directly from the surface, but steam can escape freely from the inside. This can neutralize the residual moisture and avoid the discomfort and exercise restriction caused by clothes sticking to the skin. DWR prevents the fabric from becoming heavy due to excessive moisture, allowing the wearer to enjoy comfort and optimized freedom of movement.
Regular use, salt, dirt or repeated washing will reduce the effect of DWR treatment.