Outtra™ - The future of performance outdoor fabrics.

Outtra™ Outdoor Fabrics was founded with a simple mission:
To create the next generation in high performance fabrics
that are equally durable, beautiful and sustainable.

From its inception, Outtra™ has been driven by a dedicated team of skilled textile
engineers and designers who have shaped Outtra into a high-performance fabric resource
with the exceptional design and performance for which Outtra Fabric is known.

Recommended As An Effective UV Protectant

Recommended by the Skin Cancer Foundation, Outtra products are designed with maximum sun protection in mind. Innovation is at the heart of Outtra’s philosophy and we develop industry-leading fabrics with performance features that also maximize protection from the sun. Each product is third party laboratory tested, rated UPF 50+ which is the highest rating possible and allows less than 0.1% of harmful UV rays to pass through.

95% Recycled Post-Consumer Polyester

Outtra committed to helping our society to build a more sustainable future, adopting new manufacturing technology to dramatically reduce carbon emission and textiles’ impact on climate change. ALL of fabrics within Outtra are Global Recycled Standard (GRS) certified performance fabrics. At least 95% of the raw materials we use are recycled post-consumer polyester.

US Standard AATCC16 Grade 5 Colorfastness

AATCC Bureau Veritas certified outtra fabrics block up to 99.9% of harmful UV Rays (rated UPF 50+) and hold up as well on varied circumstances. Outtra fabrics are designed to ease maintenance and avoid the surface deterioration, thus our fabric could withstand exposure to a series of weather conditions, from sunlight and heat to humidity (does not include extreme or severe weather conditions).

Laboratory Tests Certified Weather Resistance

Bureau Veritas certified outtra fabrics block up to 99.9% of harmful UV Rays (rated UPF 50+) and hold up as well on varied circumstances. Outtra fabrics are designed to ease maintenance and avoid the surface deterioration, thus our fabric could withstand exposure to a series of weather conditions, from sunlight and heat to humidity (does not include extreme or severe weather conditions).