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Explanation: Not to be confused with neoprene. They are apparently different substances. See Website........Monsoon Parlour clothing comes in a lightweight, 2oz neoprane coated nylon....Monsoon Parlour Apronscome in a heavyweight
neoprene designed to give protection...
Explanation: Neoprene (or chloroprene) is a synthetic rubber used to produce "thermoset" materials. I'm not sure if "neoprane" exists, since the chorine molecule (present in "neo-") is not bound with alkanes (which are organics subtances). Only polymers (all organic subtances finishing with "-ene") can bound "halogens".