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    FABRICS

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    Pique Fabric

    Pique is a durable cotton knit fabric covered with a tiny, textured pattern. The cross-tuck knit construction creates a cellular effect with a unique, subtle texture. The term pique is also used for a woven fabric that is covered with a tiny, textured pattern which makes it appear quilted.

    Terry Fleece Fabric

    The inside of fleece and french terry look a lot different. Fabrics are also sometimes referred to as being 'brushed' or 'unbrushed', French terry is made by the process of thread woven to create a plush, looped look.

    Single Jersey Fabric

    Single Jersey,also known as basic fabric,is a weft knitted fabric.It is knitted with one row of needles.This fabric has a flat loop on one side and a reverse loop structure on the other side and that's why its front and back faces are different from each other.

    Waffle Fabric

    Waffle fabric is usually made of cotton or microfibre and is woven in a way that makes it very absorbent. The waffle weave also allows air to flow through the fabric so that it dries quickly.

    Viscose

    Viscose is a chemically produced fiber from the natural substance cellulose. Viscose is also known as "rayon" and is used in the fashion industry as artificial silk. Viscose is a versatile fabric that can be used to make a variety of clothing items, including dresses, blouses, and skirts.

    Denim

    Denim is a sturdy cotton warp-faced textile in which the weft passes under two or more warp threads. This twill weave produces a diagonal ribbing that distinguishes it from cotton duck. Denim, as it is recognized today, was first produced in Nîmes, France.

    InterLock Fabric

    Interlock fabric is created by knitting two fabrics together.Usually,cotton,wool,spandex,and polyester are used.The interlocking of the two fabrics makes it reversible. Both sides of the fabric were also smooth.

    2*2 Laycra Rib Fabric

    It's almost identical to the 1x1 Rib Stitch, but is made by alternating 2 knit and 2 purl stitches in every Is used to add elasticity to knitted fabric, in particular for sweater cuffs and necklines or even for the whole garment to make it ideally fitted.

    Crêpe

    Crêpe, also spelled crepe or crape, is a silk, wool, or synthetic fiber fabric with a distinctively crisp and crimped appearance.

    Damask

    Damask is a woven, reversible patterned fabric. Damasks are woven by periodically reversing the action of the warp and weft threads. The pattern is most commonly created with a warp-faced satin weave and the ground with a weft-faced or sateen weave.

    Paduasoy

    Paduasoy or padesoy is a luxurious strong corded or grosgrain silk textile that originated in Early Modern Europe. The term paduasoy first appeared in English in 1663. Paduasoy silk was woven in a variation of the satin weave, with bindings arranged to create fine cross-ridges across the fabric.

    Viscose

    Viscose, which is also commonly known as rayon when it is made into a fabric, is a type of semi-synthetic fabric. The name of this substance comes from the process that's used to make it; at one stage, rayon is a viscous, honey-like liquid that later settles into a solid form.

    Lyocell Fabric

    Lyocell is a semi-synthetic fabric that is commonly used as a substitute for cotton or silk. This fabric is a form of rayon, and it is composed primarily of cellulose derived from wood.

    Polyamide fabric

    Polyamide fabric is a general term that is used to refer to a variety of different fabrics that are made from strings of polyamide monomers. The most famous form of polyamide fabric is nylon, but there are quite a few different varieties of this textile.

    Elastane Fabric

    Elastane is the generic term used to describe branded textiles such as Lycra. This type of fabric is also called spandex, and its primary attribute is its incredible elasticity. While Lycra, spandex, and elastane are all the same material, regional variants of the term "elastane" are most commonly used to refer to this type of fabric in continental Europe.

    Micromodal Fabric

    Micromodal is a specialized type of modal rayon that is prized for its incredible softness and resistance to shrinkage. This type of rayon also has an excellent moisture-wicking profile, which makes it a popular choice for underwear and various types of sportswear.

    Nylon Fabric

    Nylon is the name of a family of synthetic polymers that are commonly used to make a variety of different types of apparel and consumer goods. Unlike other organic or semi-synthetic fibers, nylon fibers are entirely synthetic, which means that they have no basis in organic material.

    Spandex Fabric

    Spandex is a synthetic fabric that is prized for its elasticity. Contrary to popular belief, the term "spandex" is not a brand name, and this term is used to generally refer to polyether-polyurea copolymer fabrics that have been made with a variety of production processes. The terms spandex, Lycra, and elastane are synonymous.

    Bamboo Fabric

    The term "bamboo fabric" widely refers to a number of different textiles that are made from the bamboo plant. Fabrics have been made from bamboo for thousands of years, but it is only in contemporary times that the process of making this hardy and fast-growing wood into fabric has been perfected.

    Cotton Fabric

    Cotton fabric is one of the most commonly used types of fabrics in the world. This textile is chemically organic, which means that it does not contain any synthetic compounds. Cotton fabric is derived from the fibers surrounding the seeds of cotton plants, which emerge in a round, fluffy formation once the seeds are mature.

    Hemp Fabric

    Hemp fabric is a type of textile that is made using fibers from the stalks of the Cannabis sativa plant. This plant has been recognized as a source of extraordinarily tensile and durable textile fibers for millennia, but the psychoactive qualities of Cannabis sativa have recently made it harder for farmers to produce this immensely beneficial crop.

    Chambray Fabric

    Chambray is a type of natural fabric that is made from either linen or cotton. This type of fabric has been made for hundreds of years, and variants of chambray fabric are called cambric or batiste.

    Chiffon Fabric

    Chiffon is a term that is used to refer to a wide variety of different types of fabrics that all share similar qualities. This type of fabric is sheer , which means that it is light and semi-transparent with a simple weave.

    Wool Fabric

    Wool is a type of fabric derived from the hairs of various animals. While most people associate the word “wool” with sheep, there are, in fact, a variety of distinct types of wool that producers derive from animals other than sheep.

    Silk Fabric

    Silk is the strongest natural textile in the world. This textile was just recently surpassed in strength by a lab-engineered biomaterial, but it remains the strongest fabric made through natural processes.

    Acrylic Fabric

    Acrylic fiber fabrics are made from a synthetic polymer called acrylonitrile. This type of fiber is produced by reacting certain petroleum or coal-based chemicals with a variety of monomers, which means that acrylic fabric is a fossil fuel-based fiber.

    Organza Fabric

    Organza is a type of lightweight plain weave fabric. This type of fabric is sheer, which means that it is woven in an extremely low density that results in a transparent and relatively flimsy textile. Due to its transparency and high breathability, organza fabric is commonly used to make garments that overlay thicker types of apparel, and it is also occasionally used to make a variety of different types of household textiles.

    Angora wool fabric

    Angora wool is a type of wool derived from the coats of Angora rabbits. While this luxurious fiber has come under fire in recent years due to the mistreatment of Angora rabbits, it is entirely possible to produce Angora wool in an ethical, sustainable way that does not involve cruelty to animals.

    COOLMAX fabric

    COOLMAX is a specially engineered type of polyester exclusively produced by Invista, an American textile corporation. This polyester fabric consists of fibers that are carefully engineered to wick moisture and allow the passage of heat. COOLMAX fabric has a variety of potential applications, and it is a popular material for socks, jeans, and other types of apparel. While there are other fabrics with similar attributes to this engineered textile, COOLMAX is the sole trademark of Invista.

    eVent fabric

    eVent is a waterproof fabric made by eVent Fabrics. As an expanded polytetrafluorethylene (ePTFE) fabric, eVent is in direct competition with GORE-TEX, the legally acknowledged inventor of ePTFE.

    GORE-TEX fabric

    GORE-TEX is a patented type of waterproof fabric made with a variant of polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) known as expanded PTFE (ePTFE). As one of the first flexible waterproof fabrics invented, GORE-TEX remains a highly popular waterproofing material with few significant competitors.

    jacquard fabric

    Jacquard fabric is a type of fabric woven on a Jacquard loom, a machine loom invented by the French textile artisan Joseph Marie Jacquard in 1804. Fabrics woven with this type of loom feature complex patterns woven directly into the fabric. As a result, any fabric with woven patterns bears resemblance to jacquard, but technically speaking, only fabrics woven with Jacquard looms can be considered genuine examples of this fabric.

    lamé fabric

    Lamé is a fabric either entirely made of or interspersed with metallic fibers. According to historical records, this type of fabric is more than 4,000 years old, and in the past, it was associated exclusively with royalty and nobility. Today, lamé fabric is more widely available, but types of lamé that feature precious metals remain incredibly expensive. Both genuine and imitation lamé are commonly used in high fashion and costumes.

    leather fabric

    Leather is a natural fabric made using tanned animal skin. Believed to be the first fabric crafted with human hands, leather has evolved significantly over the millennia. Leather remains, however, one of the most desirable textile products due to its durability, water-resistance, insulative properties, and luxurious softness. Available in many different styles, grades, and colors, leather is one of the most diversified natural textiles.

    merino wool fabric

    Merino wool is one of the world’s most popular fabric materials. Derived from Merino sheep, merino wool is both inexpensive and durable, adding to its appeal. Like all types of wool, merino wool is also highly absorbent, water-resistant, and insulative, making garments made with this type of wool popular for undergarments worn under winter clothing. Depending on how it’s made, merino wool fabric can also be luxuriously soft, countering the scratchiness that is commonly associated with wool. Merino wool comes in a variety of different grades, and ultra-fine merino wool is suitable for blending with silk or cashmere.

    Microfibre

    Microfibre is a synthetic fabric consisting of ultra-fine fibres. These fibres generally have diameters measuring less than 10 micrometers and have denier weights under 0.7 D. Comparatively, a single strand of silk is around 1 D, making microfibre one of the world’s finest forms of textile fibre.

    NeoShell fabric

    NeoShell is a waterproof fabric produced by Polartec. It is designed to be a direct competitor of GORE-TEX, OutDry, and other waterproof membranes. Unlike most of its competitors, however, NeoShell is reasonably elastic and focuses more on breathability than waterproofing. At the same time, NeoShell is waterproof enough to keep you completely dry in wet conditions.

    organdy fabric

    Organdy is the crispest type of cotton fabric. This textile is semi-transparent, and it is relatively delicate. Textile manufacturers can use a variety of different finishes to alter the crispness of organdy, but each type of organdy layers well, and this fabric is therefore commonly used to make ceremonial clothing or dresses for young girls. Organdy wrinkles easily, and it is similar to lawn cloth and batiste since it is a plain-weave cotton fabric.

    OutDry fabric

    OutDry is a type of waterproof fabric patented and exclusively produced by Columbia Sportswear. As an update to Columbia’s wildly successful Omni-Dry line, OutDry incorporates new technologies that allow waterproofing materials to be melded directly to the outer layers of shoes, jackets, gloves, and other types of outerwear. Previously, waterproofing technologies could not fuse to other materials without the use of unreliable chemicals, resulting in waterlogging and other undesirable drawbacks.

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    BIO GAS

    Linktex Sportswear Ltd. utilizes bio gas as an eco-friendly energy source in its manufacturing facilities. Bio gas, derived from organic waste, helps reduce the company's reliance on fossil fuels, lowering carbon emissions. By harnessing bio gas, Linktex contributes to environmental sustainability by minimizing its ecological footprint. This renewable energy source also aligns with Linktex's commitment to green practices and responsible manufacturing. Overall, integrating bio gas into its operations allows Linktex to create high-quality sportswear products while prioritizing environmental stewardship.


    Eco-friendly

    Linktex Sportswear embraces eco-friendly practices throughout its production process. By utilizing sustainable materials and implementing energy-efficient technologies, Linktex minimizes its environmental footprint. From sourcing eco-conscious fabrics to reducing water and energy consumption in manufacturing, every step is taken to prioritize sustainability. Linktex also prioritizes ethical labor practices, ensuring fair treatment of workers and supporting local communities. Through its commitment to eco-friendly initiatives, Linktex Sportswear strives to lead the industry towards a more sustainable future.


    ENVIRONMENT

    Linktex Sportswear is committed to environmental sustainability through various initiatives. These include implementing eco-friendly manufacturing processes to minimize resource consumption and waste generation. Additionally, the company focuses on sourcing sustainable materials and reducing carbon emissions throughout its supply chain. Linktex also invests in renewable energy solutions to power its operations and actively engages in recycling and upcycling programs. By prioritizing environmental sustainability, Linktex aims to minimize its ecological footprint while producing high-quality sportswear products.


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