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Jeans, what to look for if we buy them? Jeans are popular for all family

jeans are popular for all family members. They are worn for every aspect of daily life, from work to leisure to dancing. Available in a variety of styles, colors, fabrics brand names and prices, jeans provide a real challenge to the comparative Jeans shopper. We can advice as whole seller, manufacturer and designer to read these points before deciding on your jeans trouser purchases. Online Jeans sales can be interested to look at.

Most jeans are made from 100% cotton or a blend of 50% cotton and 50% polyester. Other blends of cotton and polyester are available. Nylon is sometimes blended with cotton for reinforcement and durability. Sometimes spandex yarns are added for stretch and comfort. A new, cellulosic-based fiber, Tencel, is being introduced in denim blends with polyester.

The presence of cotton contributes absorbency and comfort. The fabric also tends to soften with wear and laundering, giving the feel of well-worn blue jeans. Polyester contributes durability, stability or shrink resistance, and wrinkle resistance. Ease of care in laundering, as well as shorter drying times result from the presence of polyester fiber. Many dyes used with polyester are very stable and retain the rich blue/black color through repeated washings, more so than dyes used for 100% cotton. Tencel fiber performs similarly to cotton in absorbency and comfort. It dyes easily. Tencel blended with polyester will make possible a variety of textures, but will cost more than other jeans products made of cotton/polyester blend denim.

Traditional blue jeans fabric is a tightly woven twill construction. Lengthwise yarns are dyed indigo or blue/black and crosswise yarns are white. The yarns have a very hard twist for durability, but this construction feature affects color also. The yarns are twisted so tightly that the indigo dye doesn't always penetrate, leaving the core of the fabric white. As the fabric abrades or wears away during use, the white cotton yarn surface appears, giving denims a lighter or medium blue color.

Contemporary or modern-day jeans are sometimes dyed in the fabric stage. These jeans have colored yarns in both directions and tend to retain their deeper color throughout the life of the garment.

Yarns used in denim may vary in weight from 10 to 14 ounces/square yard of fabric. Normally, jeans with heavier yarns are expected to be slightly more durable. Some manufacturers use a variety of blend combinations, such as nylon reinforcement, as well as heavier yarns to increase durability. A combination of yarn weight, fiber content and finishes/finishing affects durability of the final garment.

Some denims have an extra layer of fabric fused to the inside knee area. The process, which is referred to as vulcanizing, adds reinforcement and durability to the knee area.

A variety of product treatments are available through modern technology. Among these are brushed denims and stretch denims. Brushed denims are napped on the surface for a softer look and feel. The fabrics may also be more flexible after napping.

Stretch denims contribute comfort while bending; "give" for general ease of movement, as well as smoother fit. Stretch fibers, such as spandex or texturized synthetic yarns, give stretch to the fabric.
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