elastane


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elastane

(ɪˈlæsteɪn)
n
(Textiles) a synthetic fibre characterized by its ability to revert to its original shape after being stretched
Translations
elastan
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Supplied in a pack of 12 assorted colours, they are made of 70 per cent cotton and 25 per cent polyester and 5 per cent elastane.
They're made from Creora Fresh elastane and Pima Cotton keeping things...
Made from a comforting blend of organic cotton, polyester and elastane fleece, they're super-soft and comfortable to move in.
Its mallow flower extract helps seal and strengthen collagen, while the moon peach leaf extract helps produce elastane, collagen and hyaluronic acid, according to its maker.
The yarn is blended with a touch of nylon and elastane to create a fabric that's superbly soft, stretchy, and wrinkle-free.
Elastane is used in all areas where a high degree of permanent elasticity is required, for example, in tights, sportswear, swimwear, corsetry, and woven and knitted fabrics.
MOST bras contain elastane, a material that stretches over time.
The 2XU Perform Tri Suit is made with 70D elastane and offers great support.
Before working out, you should always wear lightweight, moisture-wicking fabrics like nylon, spandex, or elastane that are specially designed to help sweat or moisture evaporate easily, especially if you are prone to bacne or body breakouts.
Under Armour is extremely excited to unveil its exclusive new Ridge Reaper camouflage I pattern for 2015, and it'll do so in the form of the 23 Jacket and Field Pant combination, The company says Ridge Reaper is "designed with coincidental disruption technology and an innovative 'no background' color algorithm, blocking your prey's ability to complete forms." The jacket is 96 percent polyester and 4 percent elastane, and the sleeves and hood will zip off for conversion into a vest.
They are 75% organic cotton, 24% nylon, and one percent elastane. No pesticides, fertilizers, bleaches, or sweatshops are involved in their production--in fact, no nasty stuff at all.