Cotton Knit

– 100% Cotton Lt/Heavy Jerseys
– 100% Cotton Ribs
– 100% Cotton Pique/Lacoste/Interlock
– 100% Cotton French Terry/Baby Twill Terry
– Sueded/Peached/Carbonised Jersey/Terry

Cotton Blends

– Spandex/Lycra Cotton Jersey/Rib/Terry/Pique
– Cotton Polyester
– Cotton Modal
– Slub Cotton
– Rayon Cotton
– Triblend

Supima / Pima Cotton

5% – 100% Organic Cotton

Functional Cotton Blends

Antimicrobial is applied to a fabric to help fight off pathogens that could develop on the surface of the fabric. This can effectively avoid the contact between pathogens and the human body, and reduce the risk of human pathogens and cross-infection rates.The antimicrobial is constantly working against microorganisms and prolonging the life of the fabric. For medical facilities, investing in antimicrobial textiles is one way to ensure the longevity of the fabric and also help keep replacement costs down.
A fabric with good moisture management will have a specific features such as:
  • Optimum heat and moisture regulation
  • Good air and water vapour permeability
  • Rapid moisture absorption and conveyance capacity
  • Absence of dampness
  • Rapid drying to prevent catching cold
  • Low water absorption of the layer of clothing just positioned to the skin
  • Dimensionally stable even when wet
  • Durable
  • Breathability and comfort
  • Easy care performance
  • Lightweight
Spandex is a very stretchable synthetic polymer which is completely plastic in nature. Lycra clothes are made up of a blend of cotton and spandex and provide the increased breathability and skin-friendliness of cotton while keeping the material stretchable. If you add greater amounts of spandex to the fabric, you’ll get more of a synthetic feel to it while it’ll readily stick to your skin. Few advantages this provides is that these clothes don’t absorb sweat and let it run freely. Furthermore, it also sticks to your skin, meaning that there’ll be lesser friction etween your body parts when playing, keeping them safe from friction burns. Players of most sports prefer them simply because Lycra clothes don’t get all wet and sticky like normal clothes do. Runners and cyclists can take advantage of the fact that they don’t get friction burns as easily while wearing these. But Spandex really shines in grappling sports such as wrestling. It not only makes grabbing your clothes much difficult, it also protects you from a wide variety of friction burns, especially when you’re getting dragged along the mats during a throw or otherwise, or even you opponent grabs you really hard and you pry their grip off you
Sun protective clothing is clothing specifically designed for sun protection and is produced from a fabric rated for its level of ultraviolet (UV) protection. A novel weave structure and denier (related to thread count per inch) may produce sun protective properties. In addition, some textiles and fabrics employed in the use of sun protective clothing may be pre-treated with UV-inhibiting ingredients during manufacture to enhance their effectiveness. In addition to special fabrics, sun protective clothing may also adhere to specific design parameters, including styling appropriate to full coverage of the skin most susceptible to UV damage. Long sleeves, ankle-length trousers, knee- to floor-length skirts, knee- to floor-length dresses, and collars are common styles for clothing as a sun protective measure.
Wrinkle-resistant or permanent press fabrics are textiles  that have been treated to resist external stress and hold their shape. Clothing made from this fabric does not need to be ironed and may be sold as non-iron, no-iron, wash and wear, durable press, and easy care. While fabric cleaning and maintenance may be simplified, some wearers experience decreased comfort