denim

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denim

Textiles
1. 
a. a hard-wearing twill-weave cotton fabric used for trousers, work clothes, etc.
b. (as modifier): a denim jacket
2. 
a. a similar lighter fabric used in upholstery
b. (as modifier): denim cushion covers

denim

[′den·əm]
(textiles)
A sturdy twill-weave cotton fabric having a solid-colored warp and a white filling.
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These range from a pair of selvedge denim jeans and a t-shirt, to two pairs of specialist Kevlar lined jeans, all made in the UK.
After two years of development, and over 20,000 miles of personal prototype testing, resulting in numerous functional changes, Fairbairn launched the world's first Kevlar lined selvedge denim motorcycle jeans from his garage in Oxfordshire.
Inspired by the classic American blue jean, McCabe's design combines the silhouette and detailing of Allen Edmonds' top-selling Park Avenue with American-made selvedge denim from Cone Denim Mills - the last remaining U.
For men, fall 2012 sees the introduction of selvedge denim to the Dylan George collection, presented on the Joseph Straight fit in a unique stretch fabrication with 1% Lycra, this fabric provides added comfort to the classic look of selvedge.
Inspired by the classic blue jean, McCabe's design combines the silhouette and detailing of Allen Edmonds Park Avenue with American-made selvedge denim from Cone Denim Mills - the last remaining U.