Solution for Frayed Backpack Shoulder Straps

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Outdoor Trolley Bags & Music Instrument Bags | 40 Years Bag Production Experience | DELLY

PLUSWORK INTERNATIONAL COMPANY is a bag supplier and manufacturer with over 40 years of production experience in Taiwan.

Specilized in music instrument bags, outdoor trolley bag manufacturing, as well as developing new products, such as business carry-on bags, special purpose bags,etc. OEM/ODM bag one-stop manufacturing with advanced equipment. Imported material, SGS certification with yearly warranty, and quality made with competitive prices.

DELLY has been offering customers high-quality bags since 2010, both with advanced technology and 40 years of experience, DELLY ensures each customer's demands are met.

Solution for Frayed Backpack Shoulder Straps

Frayed Back Strap
Frayed Back Strap

Backpack shoulder strap breakage is usually caused by overtly short production times and sewing too close to the edge of materials, resulting in weak stitching. Another cause may be thick back straps with too many layers, causing inside layers to be unaligned and missed during sewing, leading to poor stitching. The bag strap may also be subject to excessively heavy loads or unintended usage, prompting wear, frays, and tears.

To provide increased comfort to end users, paddings (foam) have become thicker. However, thick shoulder straps (body material + foam + sandwich mesh) cause increased difficulty for workers and lengthening production time. Workers may also miss stitching inside layers and resulting in misalignment. To combat this, we shave off EPE material near edges in an angle, promoting easier alignment and stitching and faster production times. When using trimming webbing, the strap layers are first aligned and stitched, then a second stitch is performed when the trimming webbing is sewn on top of the strap layers. Although manufacturing time is increased, products are more durable and aesthetic, thus this method is encouraged.

To decrease costs and clear stock, some factories often use old materials instead of purchasing new materials. As such, some of the old materials may have deteriorated, leading to fraying. We recommend our customer to use new materials for high quality products.