from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A synthetic rubber produced by polymerization of chloroprene and used in weather-resistant products, adhesives, shoe soles, sportswear, paints, and rocket fuels.
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- n. A synthetic rubber, a polymer of chloroprene, commonly used in wetsuits, laptop sleeves, orthopedic braces, electrical insulation, liquid and sheet-applied elastomeric membranes and flashings, car fan belts, etc.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a synthetic rubber that is resistant to oils and aging; used in waterproof products
The thing I don't like about neoprene is the tendency for a leg to want to float away on you when you try to step over a log, etc.
Keep them out of sunlight, UV rays are rough on the material, neoprene is not really affected by that to this extent.
The boot has a three-piece tongue, and the middle, made of gel encased in neoprene fabric, allows movement.
In the United States a truly commercial synthetic rubber, known as neoprene, was first produced by DuPont in 1932.
She bought her tote from Built, a New York-based company that makes its bags from neoprene, which is stretchable and machine-washable.
For them, Schwab added fabrics such as neoprene, leather, cashmere and even a metallic cracked lame, used on an asymmetrical cropped jacket.
The cost of owning an iPad can end up being considerably more, as users seek accessories such as neoprene covers to protect their sparkling gem of a gadget.
There was a mix of fabrics and textures such as neoprene-like jackets, short hair fur coats and skirts, elbow length leather gloves, and a unique laminated lace which created a peekaboo effect.
For the woman who wears Halston in 2010, Schwab added fabrics such as neoprene, leather, cashmere and even a metallic cracked lame, used on an asymmetrical cropped jacket.
BW Cutters has launched an abrading head for its Genesis and Orion automated cutting machines that is designed for abrading materials such as neoprene or Hypalon fabrics.
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