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Glossary

A

Absorption
Ability of a tissue to absorb a liquid.
Compacted finish
Treatment that prevents uncontrolled shrinkage of knitwear.
Ribbed
Fabric with hollow weave ligament that creates an exceptionally elastic and solid appearance fabric. In the longitudinal grooving the ribs originate by float, that is, the weft thread is placed on several threads of the warp.
Inner brush
Brushed knit upside down
Combed cotton
Process that provides the highest quality to cotton spinning
Antipilling
Own treatment of the fleece and brushed fabric, which minimizes the formation of the pellets of yarn or pilling that arise by the loosening of the fabric.
Nylon handles
Bags and backpack grippers made of elastic and resistant textile fiber fabric.

B

Bass with side adjusters
Bottom of a garment with adjustable elements to the sides, usually plastic or metal, that fit the garment.
Under elastic cord and stoppers
Bottom of a garment with elastic elements and thin rope with plastic or metal parts that make the stop and that fit the garment.
Under shaped
Bottom of a garment with some type of special cut.
Rounded botton
Bottom of a garment with a slightly curved cut.
Bandana
Triangular or square shaped scarf, which is tied around the head or neck for decorative or protective purposes.
Reflective band or printing
Security element that illuminates before any beam of light, becoming visible in the dark.
Cuff
Opening of the sleeve where the hand comes out and the inner part closest to the wrist.
Pellets or pilling
Phenomenon that causes the formation of small knots or bobbles on the surface of the fabrics and which may detract from the aesthetic value of the garment.
Kangaroo pocket
: Front pocket that has two side openings for the hands but inside is a single pocket.
Kangaroo style pocket
Pocket similar to the kangaroo pocket, arranged in a garment with front zip. Its interior is not communicated, being to all effects two independent pockets.
Simulated pocket
Pocket purely ornamental, no more useful than aesthetics.
Mesh pocket
Fabric-based pocket, usually open-stitch with breathable or aesthetic use.
pocket mesh
Woven mesh pocket that allows inside visibility, very useful in backpacks or carrying bags.
Narrow plait bottoning
Top of shirts and polo shirts where buttons and buttonholes are distributed.

C

Thermal t-shirt
Garment that keeps the body warm and dry during the practice of a sport.
Knit waistband
Woven waistband made of knit to fit better the silhouette.
Antioxide clasp
Closure or metal connecting element, processed to prevent oxidation in washes.
Clasps
Simple type of fastener or union element that is used to hold two pieces (or two parts) of a textile garment.
Fitted cut with tweezers
Form that acquires a garment by foldings in the production, to adjust and to fit the body.
Sleeveless empire cut
Type of cut used on the upper part of the female body, which fits under the chest, enhancing it.
Semi fitted cut
Type of making that slightly adjusts a garment to the body.
5-threaded side seams
Safety-stitched seams, located on the sides of a garment.
Seamed side seams
Reinforced seams that join the side pieces of a garment.
Silver injected zipper
Toothed mesh zip in plastic that joins two textile parts and is silver in colour.
Injected zipper to tone
Toothed mesh zipper in plastic that joins two textile parts and has the same color of these.
Knitted collar
Flap of a garment, made of knitwear, as an ornament or coat of the neck.
Inner culotte
Culotte designed to not wear underwear, improve perspiration and avoid chafing.

D

Anatomical design
Design that adapts to the shape of the body without having to be adjusted and preventing the muscles from staying in tension.

E

Elastane
Synthetic fiber of great elasticity and resistance.
EVA
Non-toxic thermoplastic polymer material, used in creative leisure applications.

F

Front pleated skirt with straps
Women's garment that covers the waist down, with several pleats in the front and side straps for a better fit.
Brushed fleece
Fabric subjected to a process that creates a padding pleasant to the touch and turns it into a thermal insulation.
Synthetic fibers
100% chemical fibers, both in the synthesis of the raw material and manufacturing.
Reinforced base
Rigid base that gives consistency and protection for the bottom of backpacks and bags.
Stripe
Textile tape to adorn a garment or accessory.
Bellows
Folding made by two parallel folds that come together, distributing the fabric on both side inside the garment.
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