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December 7, 2022


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MARLED YARN


This novelty yarn is also referred to as a mottled yarn. The yarn is produced by combining two single roving/stubbling (lightly twisted) yarns of different colors or lusters together into a single yarn that has the appearance of a two-toned candy-cane or mottled effect. Marled or mottled effect yarns are most often used in scarves and sweaters.

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ZYIA - Item 208 White All-Star Bra
For high-impact sports and long workouts, nothing beats the functionality and support of our All Star. The high-fit neckline lets you focus on your workout while the mesh panel keeps you cool. A wide, ventilated back panel and zippered racer back construction offer additional stay-in-place support and a touch of style that makes this bra worth wearing solo.

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ZYIA - Item 613 - Black Havana Tank
Incredibly lightweight and breathable, our Havana tank uses four-way stretch fabric and has superior sweat wicking. It is striped with small lines of breathable mesh from top to bottom for maximum ventilation—this top will help you feel as chill as its louvered styling makes it look.

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