Origin of Kevlararbitrary coinage
A trademark for a type of aramid fiber.
- Alternative capitalization of Kevlar.
- An exceptionally strong, light, man-made fibre used to strengthen cables and sheet materials, e.g. in stab-resistant vests.
Originally a trademark.
- LUST racing shoes maintain tension within the carbon, utilizing the powers of carbon's tensile properties.In addition, Kevlar and carbon fibers are highly malleable.
- The Kirby G-Five also has a Kevlar fan, and this gives it remarkable sucking power, which can suck up bullets and coins if needed.
- Special additions, such as the traditional brass eagle, Nomex chin-straps, or kevlar earlaps and face shields are also available.
- The carbon and Kevlar shell is then designed to be an exact replica of the cyclist's feet, ensuring proper arch and heel support.
- Current materials frequently seen in hard hats include polycarbonate, Kevlar, aluminum, phenolic, and plastic.