Typically made of cotton fibers knitted in a jersey stitch, they have a distinctive soft texture compared to woven shirts. The majority of modern versions have a body made from a continuously woven tube, on a circular loom, so that the torso has no side seams. The manufacture of T-shirts has become highly automated, and may include fabric cutting by laser or water jet.
The fabric of sweatshirts consists of a special knitwear. This is single surface on circular knitting machines, knitted (Right / Left-Ware). On the back of a special feed thread is carried, which is softer than the shot Grundstrickgarn that is visible on the front side. This is during the finishing process, roughen, which leads to the inside of the sweatshirt typical fluffy product. For this reason, the name of this substance in professional circles “feed commodity.”
A hoodie (also called a hooded sweatshirt or hoody) is a sweatshirt with a hood. They often include a muff sewn onto the lower front, a hood, and (usually) a drawstring to adjust the hood opening, and may have a vertical zipper down the center similar to a windbreaker style jacket.
A hooded sweatshirt, jacket, or other top, a person, especially a youth, wearing a hooded top.
A woman’s outer garment fastened around the waist and hanging down around the legs
A fitted, zip-up skirt in our durable indigo denim that hits well above the knee and sits high on the waist.
Denim (100% Cotton) construction • Small is approximately 17″ (43.2cm) in total length • 4-pocket style • Classic belt loops • Metal zipper and button closure • Form-fitting.
Leggings are a type of skin-tight garment that covers the legs and that may be worn by both men and women. Formerly, leggings were two separate garments, one for each leg. Modern leggings are typically made from a blend of lycra (aka spandex), nylon, cotton, or polyester blend, but they can also be made from wool, silkand other materials. Leggings are available in a multitude of colors and decorative designs
Denim is a sturdy cotton twill textile in which the weft passes under two or more warp threads. This twill weaving produces the familiar diagonal ribbing of the denim that distinguishes it from cotton duck.