n. Very fine synthetic fiber; cloth made of such fiber.
Microfiber or microfibre is synthetic fiber finer than one denier or decitex/thread. This is smaller than the diameter of a strand of silk (which is approximately one denier), which is itself about 1/5 the diameter of a human hair. The most common types of microfibers are made from polyesters, polyamides (e.g., nylon, Kevlar, Nomex, trogamide), or a conjugation of polyester, polyamide, and polypropylene (Prolen). Microfiber is used to make mats, knits, and weaves for apparel, upholstery, industrial filters, and cleaning products. The shape, size, and combinations of synthetic fibers are selected for specific characteristics, including softness, toughness, absorption, water repellency, electrostatics, and filtering capabilities.
Usage examples of "microfiber".
He murmured soothing nonsense, kissing her chin, her cheeks, her ear, as he pushed her microfiber panties into the swollen folds of her sex.
T-shirt was made of a high-tech high-density microfiber material, uncommon outside of Manticore and a few Sollie systems, that absorbed much of the blow from the light-weight needles and stubbornly resisted penetration.
The sophisticated servo arms pulled one microfiber canvas after another out of the enameled, cabinet-mounted rack to show Simeon, who appreciated all and made sensible comments about several.
Tannin is wearing a hooded garment made of the microfiber car cover and with a huge cover on his head.
She counted to ten, slowly, then checked the microfiber readout in her left sleeve.
The thin microfiber trench that had seemed like a good fashion decision in August was laughably ineffectual now.
After the tension of the near fight, the rented microfiber sleeping bag beckoned enticingly.
She covered it with her one luxury, a lightweight black microfiber coat that was warm against the unseasonably cool autumn winds.
He was wearing a lined microfiber trench coat, a duster, that fell nearly to his ankles, and a broad-brimmed wool Stetson so tightly woven it shed the rain as though made of rubber.
Joanna changed into a skirt, blouse, and lightweight microfiber jacket.
Composed of a complicated weave of spider silk, Monocrys and Spectra fabrics, the garments were essentially a single crystal metallic microfiber with a very dense molecular structure.
The color is only on the crowns of the microfibers of the threads and does not vary significantly anywhere on the Shroud in either shade or depth.
Doc showed as he worked with microfibers and contacts, deftly repairing broken circuits where possible and looping around them when the damage was too severe.
Composed of a compilated weave of spider silk, Monocrys and Spectra fabrics, the garments were essentially a single-crystal metallic microfiber with a very dense molecular structure.