From the “bounce castle” at your child’s school fair to ballistic military applications, Highland woven fabrics provide a foundation of strength. Our woven offerings include familiar high-performance products such as Nomex®, Kevlar® and Cordura® textured nylon.


  • Strength
  • Tear, abrasion and flame resistance
  • Adhesion
  • Comfort
  • Consistent quality and appearance

Depending upon the application, woven fabrics can have an open “scrim” construction for uses such as filtration or sanding disks, or they can have tighter weaves that perform well for other commercial and military applications.

Whether they’re left open or paired with a coating or laminate, Highland woven fabrics set a standard for value and quality.


  • Product development
  • Fabric forming
  • Aqueous coating
  • Certifications and safety
  • Anti-wick
  • Oil repellency
  • Soil release
  • Wickable
  • Flame resistance (FR)
  • Antibacterial, anti-microbial
  • Anti-mildew
  • Antistatic
  • Optical brightening


  • Tents, tarps, pond liners
  • Flame-resistant and ballistic products
  • Consumer goods
  • Sporting goods
  • Military applications – MOLLE, IOTV, FILBE, boots, fighter pilot jackets
  • Commercial and industrial workwear
  • Geomembranes
  • Digital printing substrates

A Closer Look at Highland

When quality control means everything

Highland doesn’t simply deliver on our customers’ needs. We internalize them. "Good enough" is never good enough.  Learn more

If you can define a need, we can create a high-performance solution for it.

Every customer need is different. Satisfying those needs takes a culture, not a catalog.  Learn more

What do we live for? A challenge.

We’re out on the edge of materials science and engineering. Now, watch us go even farther.  Learn more

How do we define “clean”?

A little bit lab. A little bit factory. A little bit operating room. Our attention to detail starts with a new definition of "clean."  Learn more

Technical excellence is our standard

Technical challenges are our bread and butter. Please do feed the engineers.  Learn more