What is Mesh?

In textile, mesh refers to a net-like or open-weave fabric made by knitting, weaving, or crocheting yarns or fibers together to create a breathable and lightweight textile.

The construction of the mesh fabric creates small and evenly spaced holes, which provide ventilation and allow air to circulate, making it ideal for clothing and accessories designed for sports, outdoor activities, and warm weather.

Mesh fabric can be made from a variety of materials such as cotton, polyester, nylon, and spandex. The size and shape of the holes in the mesh fabric can vary depending on the intended use, with some mesh fabrics having larger and more widely spaced holes for increased breathability and others having smaller and more tightly spaced holes for increased durability and protection.

Mesh fabric is commonly used in athletic wear, such as jerseys, shorts, and socks, as well as in footwear, bags, and hats. It can also be used in home décor items like curtains, shower curtains, and tablecloths. The lightweight and breathable nature of mesh fabric make it a versatile choice for a variety of applications.