elastane


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elastane

a synthetic fibre characterized by its ability to revert to its original shape after being stretched
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The experimental designs use a vast range of materials, including wool, silk, elastane and even PET.
The nude peplum design, which was made from polyester and elastane, featured gold embellishment, sold out within hours.
The behaviour of stretch fabrics inside the embroidered elements may be influenced by the elastane filaments that these fabrics contain in the direction of warp and/or weft [10,11].
Lycra, elastane, stretch, serviceable, controlling, midi, mini, maxi, cobweb lace.
These come with a host of well thought-out cycle-friendly features - a low crotch, an elastane mix to assist movement on the bike, a loop for a mini D-lock on the waistband and a clip for a key chain.
Triumph lingerie is spawned using skin-soothing fabrics like cotton, Lycra and cotton elastane and are available in various styles.
M&S piped running top, pounds 25 Look for fabrics that contain a high content of elastane or lycra to help support your hard-working joints and reduce muscle fatigue.
Using baby soap or shampoo without dye is great for the elastane and always reshape them and dry flat -- especially moulded bras.
Most of the shorts are made of cotton blended with a mix of elastane for a comfortable fit.
Cotton - 100% --Cotton - 98% + elastane - 2% --Cotton - 80% + polyamide - 18% + elastane - 2% --Cotton - 53% + polyester - 43% + elastane - 4%
and RadiciGroup selected RadElast, which combines the respected Radici name with elastane, the European term for spandex, to symbolize the powerful combination of the RadiciGroup heritage as a worldwide leader in fiber technology with the diverse benefits of spandex.
Under Armour has taken base layers to the next level, defining moisture transport with fabrics such as their PolyArmour and Elastane to add stretch.