One of the most important aspects of any variety of artificial grass is best appreciated close-up. Like really, REALLY close. At Purchase Green we design our grasses using seven different yarn types, each offering a unique shape and set of attributes. The shape of the grass blade is related to how the grass looks, feels, and performs. This section is designed to help you learn about the benefits offered by each of our yarn types.
The Diamond shape is awesome! True, our assessment is perhaps a bit subjective. But our product development team here at Purchase Green is always seeking out different synthetic grass designs while developing our grasses. The Diamond shape yields the softest yarn we’ve ever put our hands on. And it has such lively colors it was a treat for us to develop a line based on this yarn. The Diamond shape is another Tencate fiber. Tencate is known for being one of the best yarn extruders in the world. This is one of the products that helps give them that reputation. One of the best parts of our business is introducing people to artificial grass for the first time. When we let people who’ve never experienced artificial grass see and touch grass made with Diamond-shaped yarn, it’s always jaw-dropping.
The Diamond is one of four advanced premium yarns (Stem, V-shape, and S-shape being the others). Since introducing the Diamond shape, we’ve received a lot of feedback from customers.
Color: People love the color. We’ve got two different color schemes: two-tone lime green and a two-tone olive green. What they both have in common, though, is brilliance. These blades tend toward the brighter side of things, though the thinness of the blades softens the effect. The Diamond shape’s colors are at once both fresh and bold while also exhibiting a mellowness.
Design: You know that popular, slightly tousled hair look? Grasses made with Diamond-shaped yarn have that too. The full, non-directional look of the Diamond-shaped yarn makes it the rock star of the artificial grass scene. Plus, grasses made with the Diamond shape are relatively easy to seam and don’t demand the same point-of-view positioning as some other grasses
Performance: As far as performance goes, the Diamond shape is a bit of an irony. The widened center of each blade improves performance while the thing that makes the Diamond shape look so great, is its skinny, non-directional yarn, which helps create a luxurious texture. The result is grasses that look, feel, and perform phenomenally.