Fleece 100% Polyester
Fleece is a synthetic insulating fabric made from a type of polyester called polyethylene terephthalate (PET) or other synthetic fibers. It is very comfortable due to its light weight and anti-perspiration qualities, and allows moisture to evaporate, while blocking humidity from the outside.
CVC 50% Polyester 50% Cotton
CVC fabric (chief value of cotton) is the fabric with only two components of polyester and cotton. The fabric is brushed , have good wear resistance and wrinkle resistance, when the content of cotton is equal to or more than 50%.
French Terry 100% Cotton
French terry is a knit fabric similar to jersey, with loops on one side and soft piles of yarn on the other. This knit results in a soft, plush texture you’ll recognize from your comfiest sweatshirts and other kinds of loungewear.
Single Jersey Fabric
Single jersey fabric is a type of weft knitted fabric. The knitting machine used to manufacture single jersey fabric has just one row of needles, whereas with interlock there are two. This creates just one layer of fabric.
Soft and lightweight, viscose fabric comes from trees and is a versatile fabric used for clothing items such as blouses, dresses, and jackets.
Polyester Spandex fabric offers a comfortable wear and provides enough stretch for freedom of movement for performance applications or casual lifestyle ease. This fabric is most often used in making yoga and workout apparel, compression tops, swimwear, casual lifestyle wear and uniforms.
Polyester Spun Spandex
Spun polyester is filament fiber that is softened through agitation and chemistry. It is much softer and absorbent (ad-sorbs) than filament. While spun polyester is long-lasting in wear-life, it has a softer hand, and can actually resemble cotton (without the lint).