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FIBER CHARACTERISTICS

You are probably familiar with some of the important characteristics of the common textile fibers. However, you may not understand the difference between manufactured fibers. All fibers are not the same, and their properties and advantages can vary widely.

To help you better understand fibers, the following summarizes the important characteristics and end uses of the major fibers used in apparel and home fashion. Be informed when you are purchasing and caring for apparel and home furnishings.

Index of Fibers

Natural Fibers Manufactured Fibers

Frequently Asked Questions About Fibers

 

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DRAPER BODY THERAPY® BLUE T-SHIRTS
This shirt is made of a comfortable and breathable material that is designed to be both stylish and therapeutic. The T-Shirts are versatile enough to wear casually, use during athletic activities, to sleep in, or as a base layer on chilly days. The Draper Body Therapy Blue T-Shirts contain 50% Celliant® (Polyester) and 50% Tencel. Celliant® is the world's most technologically advanced fiber which contains a proprietary blend of minerals which have been extruded into a polyester fiber.
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ATLAS 46 TOOL HOLDER SYSTEM
The Atlas Integrated Modular System (AIMS ) was designed to integrate with any belt up to 2" and/or any AIMS platform. Simply secure your AIMS pouches or add-ons to any belt or platform with our patent pending Lace and Latch technology. This system gives you the freedom to arrange your gear the way you want it, there's no easier way to scale up or down and take exactly what you need for that next big job or small project
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