Sailcloth

Description : Strong, durable canvas-like fabric, generally made from cotton, linen or, sometimes, nylon.
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Origins and history : Traditionally, sails have been made from linen, cotton or hemp. Modern sails are made from synthetic fibres such as nylon or polyester, or more expensive fabrics such as carbon fibres or aramids such as Kevlar.
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