OW Lee introduces Flex Comfort technology

New fabric pushes performance

Ontario, Calif. – OW Lee, a manufacturer of outdoor furniture, fire pits and accessories located in Ontario, Calif., announced the introduction of their new Flex Comfort seating system. This technology will be available in the new Pacifica collection for the 2017/18 season.owlee

Flex Comfort is a knitted UV-enhanced polypropylene and elastic co-polymer fabric which offers the ease of maintenance as a sling product but with more conforming flex for supreme comfort. The polypropylene yarns have more than 15 years of demonstrated field performance and the chemistry in the thermoplastic elastomer provides excellent recovery and fatigue resistance with 25 years of proven results.

“I couldn’t be more excited about the introduction of this product,” said Terri Lee Rogers, president and VP of sales and marketing. “Our customers have been asking us for sling dining for some time now, but we wanted to do something with a higher level of comfort. Flex Comfort is the perfect answer.”

Flex Comfort is available in brown, silver, charcoal, and black. It meets OW Lee’s highest quality standards as it is in conformance with ANSI/BIFMA Annex b e3-2, Prop 65, REACH and RoHs Standards. Each part is inspected for quality conformance to specification. It is a made-to-fit product, meaning it has less waste and environmental impact. It is breathable and dries quicker than foam and fabric products.

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