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Trousering

its surface structure is smooth or fine, and it is produced most commonly from a woollen fabric - of 100% wool; a material composition of 45% wool, 55% polyester fibre of worsted yarn; 70% polyester fibre, 30% viscose staple fibre; or, if of cotton fabric, from 100% cotton or a mix of cotton and polyester fibre. Is one-colour or in a fashionable melange with a stripe or small pattern. Its most oft-used types includeflannel, twill, serge, twill-backed cloth, gabardine, corduroy, cover coat, tweed and denim. A newer type are extensible f., for which vertical or diagonal extensible qualities are used. In special weaves and material compositions, a formal striped (jacket woven fabric for trousers) is produced; sports-type trousers are produced from carded yarns.



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