Sounds good. Thanks!
Hmm. Would you be able to take close--ups of both sides of the fabric?
Very interesting. 2-layer is usually softest and 3-layer is usually toughest/most rigid. But it could be that the fabric the laminate is bonded to is very thin and pliable. The Gore-Tex site says "A 2-layer laminate is made by bonding a shell fabric to the membrane for use on the outside of a garment; a 3-layer laminate is made by bonding a shell fabric to the outside of the membrane and a knit to the inside." Since you said it has a grayish synthetic backing, it sounds like it might be 3-layer. 2.5-layer usually has some kind of rubber dot matrix sprayed on to the inside. That, or the inside layer (bonded in 3-layer) or hung (as in 2-layer) prevents the laminate/membrane from wearing away from the inside.
Excellent. I'll be emailing you. Thanks!
Hmm...I may also have to order a Harrington now....
ok guys, yes, I will be grabbing the swatch book very soon and revealing colors, they're probably all aniline dye apart from a white leather that I think is in there... I need to make sure that I have perfectly matching zippers to go with each leather color though, so that will take time and I will not be releasing them for consumption until that is done. Right now, for this week: black and brown are ready to go.