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Sir Lewis snapped the light out, drew on the cigarette, and strode on down the street, swinging a blue plastex brief case which contained a thousand pounds in United Nations Bank of England notes.
He looked at the gray stubble that covered the Captain's head, at the two large hands with thick fingers that clasped one another in the small of the Captain's back and flapped rhythmically against the shiny plastex of his jacket.
See also the entry for plastex, which further describes the material.
Like J.G. Ballard's psychotropic houses with plastex walls:
It was a beautiful room all right, with opaque plastex walls and white fluo-glass ceiling, but something terrible had happened there.
I think that we can get a good start by using plastex, I didn’t try it yet (this is a good opportunity to try it), but it seems like exactly what we need.