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tricot

[′trē·kō]
(textiles)
A warp-knitted fabric, that is, flat-knitted with fine ribs on the face (lengthwise) and ribs on the back (widthwise).
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The suit also has a Dry Plus waterproof, windproof membrane laminated to the inside of the polyester tricot outer shell.
The only thing is, the cost ceiling is always a difficult problem unless you end up with something that is so convincing that people will start choosing nonwovens over other solutions like tufted for carpet or tricot for headliner, which might happen one day.
The fully padded and lined bag has a bonded foam core and a brushed tricot lining and two padded inside gun pockets and eight padded magazine sleeves.
Not content with becoming the new chairman and manager of Sunderland Football Club, the nation's favourite former footballer has become the new face of Irish label Tricot Marine.
TSS[R] Equipment Company recently added polyester tricot fabric to the outer shell of its popular Heater Body Suit[TM].
The low-friction tricot backing now covers the center hole so that the foam will not catch on surfaces, allowing Elbowlift to remain in place.
Jerseys are available in tricot mesh, porthole mesh, stretch mesh, and a variety of other materials.
Designed especially to help turkey hunters keep gear at their fingertips, the Gobbler Pack includes nine storage compartments, 1,900 cubic inches of storage capacity ready for hauling decoys or bagged birds, a secure bow holder, blaze orange safety pull-out, hydration port and silent brushed tricot shell.
He said the truth had been hidden from senior civil servant Mr Bernard Tricot, whose report concluded on August 26 that French agents had been sent to New Zealand only to spy on Greenpeace's campaign against French nuclear tests in the Pacific.
The Supreme cases feature a 1,000 denier Cordura body, cushioned with closed-cell foam brushed tricot lining.
system with SecureMedia's Encryptonite System fulfills an immediate need in the hospitality marketplace for a turnkey digital video distribution system that features persistent content protection at a very competitive cost," said Christian Tricot, CEO of Eona.