A quality finished product begins with using top of the line marine brands such as the ones you see listed here...
Guaranteed to last in writing, GoreTenara thread will not lose any significant strength due to UV or chemical exposure unlike conventional polyester, nylon and cotton products as shown by the graph below.
YKK No.10, No.8 and No.5 Vislon separating zippers are extremely strong and lightweight, and differ from conventional zippers because the "teeth" are made from Delrin and the tape is polyester. Because of the unique properties of the Vislon zipper, it has a wide variety of industrial, consumer and military applications where environmental conditions reduce the effectiveness of metal/nylon zippers.
The Vislon zipper has excellent resistance to heat ( up to 182C ) and to cold ( down to -50C ) and melts at 248C, which is 65 degrees higher than normal laundry temperature. Resistance to chemicals further extends the use for the Vislon zipper beyond the scope of conventional metal/nylon zippers.
Lexan is more commonly used on Dodger windows because of its rigidity which holds its shape around the sharper curves of most dodgers.
The superiority of Crystal Clear and StrataGlass is immediately obvious to the eye...no hazy blueness, no fish eye, no dimples and no distortion.
These window types come in a number of gauges, from 10G to 40G and are also available in tinted sheeting to meet all your vinyl window requirements and can be rolled up to allow for ventilation as needed.
While already a recognizable name in performance fabrics in the awning market, in the mid 1970's boaters soon discovered the good looks and durability of Sunbrella fabrics for boat tops, sail covers and marine upholstery. With its durable and easy cleaning properties, it was a natural fit to meet marine needs. Around the world today, Sunbrella is the No.1 fabric choice for power boaters and sailors, enjoying universal name recognition synonymous with quality and durability!
The right half of this picture is taken through a Crystal Clear Window while the left half has no window......as you can see, it is difficult to tell which one is the window.