Coating: 100% polyurethane | Main fabric: 77% viscose, 20% nylon, 3% elastane
Denim: is a cotton cloth, characterised by a diagonal weave called twill which is especially strong. It's often but not exclusively blue and most associated with jeans, having its origin in men's hard wearing workwear clothes in the 19th century. Today when used to produce jeans it is often combined with a little elastane which provides a little 'give', and it has also migrated beyond jeans and is a popular fashion fabric.
Elastane: a synthetic, elastane is added in small quantities to fabrics to provide stretch and shape retention. It allows freedom of movement and delivers long lasting fit. Lycra is a premium branded version of elastane.
Viscose: used to be known as 'artificial silk' because like silk it has superb drape, is soft to the skin and can be dyed in rich colours. A man-made fabric, it's made from wood pulp and blends easily. You will often find it blended with other fabrics to add softness, lustre or absorbency (it's highly absorbent and so cool to wear in the summer).
Nylon: Nylon tights took the world by storm beginning in the 1950s and changed the textile branch – it is hard now to imagine women only wearing silk tights. Nylon is the trademark name for a chemical fibre that is composed of polyamide and is known for its exceptional elasticity.
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