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A first in the marine industry, Sunbrella SUNZIP™ Zippers are made with Sunbrella Acrylic tape. Shut out bad weather for an easy-use, watertight closure that is becoming a standard request for marine applications. A combination of Sunbrella performance and UV-resistant resin teeth mean the zippers are colorfast against the sun. They protect against UV rays, Continue reading →

The Trivantage® Marine Upholstery Collection is specially selected to provide the best selection of fabric options for any project. From new fabrics to trusted brands, these products were specifically chosen because they meet or exceed industry performance standards, including durability, colorfastness, cleanability, and comfort. Whether the fabric is being used for helm seats, sofa cushions, Continue reading →

Trivantage is excited to be a distributor of the newly released Sunbrella Horizon, a best-in-class marine industry game-changer ideal for marine upholstery. New Sunbrella Horizon engineered synthetic leather (ESL) brings unparalleled style, comfort, and performance to the water. Crafted to meet the brand standards of artistry, craftsmanship, and performance, the product has a proprietary topcoat Continue reading →

The Sunbrella® Mayfield Collection®, available exclusively from Trivantage®, is a premium selection of shade and marine fabrics created from 100% Sunbrella® Acrylic, making it perfect for every awning or shade application. The new collection delivers a premium aesthetic combined with the renowned durability and performance of Sunbrella fabrics, and design choices include boat covers and Continue reading →

Mill Outlet Village takes great pride in offering customers the best selection of fine quality fabrics and supplies for all their creative needs. So, where does Mill Outlet turn for creative inspiration? “I count on Trivantage for business-building ideas that keep me and my business looking forward,” said Mike Bazemore, co-owner of the oldest and Continue reading →

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