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fabric French terry

French terry has a flat and smooth face side while the back, which is worn against the skin, features a structure of uncut loops. The fabric’s athletic origins go back to the 1920s when an American underwear company began using French terry to make football jerseys – and created what ultimately became the classic sweatshirt.

Product French Terry Sweatshirt
340 GSM
Color Grey Melange
Price
£35
Product French Terry Sweatshirt
340 GSM
Color Blue
Price
£35
Product French Terry Sweatshirt
340 GSM
Color Black
Price
£35
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Organic cotton
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Organic cotton
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£12
Product Crew-Neck Sweatshirt
Organic cotton
Color Light Turquoise
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Product Crew-Neck Sweatshirt
Organic cotton
Color Bright Green
Price
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fabric French terry

Fabric French terry

French terry is an elastic jersey fabric characterised by two completely different sides. The front has a flat and smooth surface while the back, which is worn against the skin, features a structure of uncut loops. Commonly knitted from cotton yarns, the fabric is soft, airy, and highly moisture-absorbent. The longer the loops on the back, the more moisture can be absorbed.

French terry is often used in sportswear, warmup wear and children’s clothes. The fabric’s athletic origins go back to the 1920s when a manufacturer of women’s underwear, located in Alabama, U.S., began making football jerseys for a local college team. Using the knitted underwear material to outfit the players, the factory created what ultimately became the classic sweatshirt.

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