EVA Foam 10mm CF65 (low density)

8.4929.99 inc. VAT

EVA Foam CF65 is our low density EVA foam which is really easy to cut, heatshape and flexible but sturdy. Making this EVA foam the perfect choice for making round and complicated shapes for body armors and such.

EVA Foam is one the most popular materials used for building costumes, props and cosplays.

This is because EVA Foam is highly versatile, durable and easy to work with. EVA Foam can easily be heatshaped, sanded, cut and glued with contact glue or hotglue on almost any surface. The 10mm EVA Foam is by far the most popular choice when building big bulky armor builds, big bulky props or shields completely out of EVA foam. Simply because it is really sturdy and strong on it’s own. After sealing and priming EVA Foam, it can be painted with acrylic paint.

Density: 65kg
Color: Black / Dark Grey

See below for more info on how to use.

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In cosplay or costume building 10mm EVA Foam is usually chosen to make big bulky armor builds, big bulky props or shields. Because of the thickness of 10mm this EVA Foam is very sturdy on it’s own, perfect when parts of your build need to be really strong or big.

Check out this list of possibilities there are with EVA Foam:

  • Can easily be cut with a utility knife and with a little practice you can even cut beveled edges.
  • When using a heatgun you can manipulate EVA Foam into various shapes.
  • Glueing EVA Foam can de done with contact glue or hotglue.
  • With a Dremel you can sand and emboss various patterns and edges into your EVA Foam.
  • Want to do some next level embossing like the pattern on leaves or dinosaur skin, use a wood burning tool.
  • Need to build a thicker layer of EVA foam, just contact glue multiple layers on top of eachother.

If you are interested in more details in regard to working with 10mm EVA Foam, we highly recommend the EVA Foam book from Kamui Cosplay or following one of our workshops.

After you are finished with building your EVA Foam cosplay armor piece or prop, you always need to seal and prime EVA Foam before painting it. This can be done with the heatsealing technique or by directly priming and sealing it on one go with our QuickSpray Primer. If you prefer heatsealing, any of our primers can be used after heatsealing the EVA Foam. After the priming is finished you can start painting your EVA Foam build with Acrylic paint.

The letters in EVA Foam stand for Ethylene-Vinyl Acetate. EVA is one of the materials popularly known as expanded rubber or foam rubber. Besides building costumes and props EVA foam is also used as padding in equipment for various sports such as ski boots, bicycle saddles, hockey pads, boxing and mixed-martial-arts gloves and helmets, wakeboard boots, waterski boots, fishing rods and fishing-reel handles. In most cases EVA Foam is typically used as a shock absorber but in the creative industry it is used for building the most amazing armors and props.

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200 x 100 cm, 100 x 100 cm, 100 x 50 cm


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