Coral neoprene/ scuba Thin Fabric ~ 59" wide sold by the yard.
Neoprene is a brand name of polychloroprene, which is used as a substitute for rubber.
Among other things, Neoprene is entirely waterproof, which makes it an ideal material for wetsuits and other gear designed to insulate against wet and cold environments.
Neoprene (polychloroprene) is a synthetic rubber that is resistant to water, oil, and heat, making it a good insulator.
It's commonly used to make wetsuits, but you can also get this fabric at your local craft store to make DIY phone cases, mouse pads, and even winter coats!
About 2 mm + Thickness
For those who are unfamiliar with neoprene, this material is often used to create scuba-diving and surfing wetsuits or laptop slipcovers due to the fact that it maintains its flexibility over a wide variety of temperatures and it displays an enormous amount of chemical stability.
Neoprene has also been one of the biggest trends to hit the fashion network in recent years. With so many uses and vibrant prints
Neoprene offers strong resistance to physical failures like cuts and is resistant to damage caused by abrasion, flexing and twisting.
It also does not degrade in the presence of sun, ozone or weather and features excellent adhesion to fabrics and metals.
Coral neoprene/ scuba ThinFabric ~ 59" wide sold by the yard.