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Of natural origin, cotton is one of the most used fabrics in the world, thanks to the characteristics that make it comfortable and durable. It is a transversal fabric that lends itself to multiple uses.
Polyester is one of the most used synthetic fibres in the textile sector. It is particularly used in the world of sports, due to being resistant to tearing, water and light, breathable and quick drying.
Light but resistant synthetic fibre, dries quickly and also protects against water and wind. For these reasons it is especially used in sportswear.
Synthetic fibre that is closest to wool, it is in fact light, warm and soft to the touch. Thanks to these characteristics, it is widely used in knitted garments.
Microfibre fabrics are twice as fine as silk and three times finer than cotton. The extreme lightness of the fibre makes this fabric soft to the touch but also resistant
Mesh fabrics are characterised by the knitted structure that gives breathability. They are mainly used in trucker models.
Processing in which threads of different colours are alternated to create designs, usually geometric and complex.
The Miniottoman (or Ottoman) is a motif with transversal ribs, which can vary according to the thread count, from thinner to wider.
Generally made of cotton, the fabric is very strong and resistant but at the same time cool.
Twill is a type of textile weave characterised by a diagonal striping that makes it resistant, even to creases and is soft
Ripstop is a fabric made using a special reinforcement technique that gives the material high tear resistance.
Obtained from the processing of polyester fibres, the fabric is characterised by softness, lightness and good thermal insulation.
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