Any fabric having a thick soft shag, like the fur of a mole; esp., a kind of strong twilled fustian.
A soft fabric having an adhesive backing, applied to the skin at points susceptible to abrasion, as on the feet, to prevent irritation or blistering during exercise, such as hiking.
A sturdy napped cotton fabric. Its finish resembles suede.
A heavy, downy cotton-twill material used to wrap around joints for support or to protect the skin under bandages, splints or casts. It is also used to reduce friction over tender skin.
tightly woven cotton twill brushed with uniform thickness creating an extremely soft, yet rugged and long lasting fabric
Moleskin is a napped, heavy, strong fabric often made in a satin weave. The nap is suede-like.
a durable cotton fabric with a velvety nap
Soft, warm yet strong 100% Cotton fabric.
A special bandage applied over a blister to reduce the friction between a hiking boot and skin.
a strong, heavy, woven fabric with a short, smooth nap produced by brushing and shearing the surface. Usually of cotton.
As the name suggests, moleskin is woven and finished to simulate the short, soft, fine fur of the small tunnelling rodent. It is a cotton pile fabric woven with a satin weave construction with closely woven floats on the face of the fabric. The floats are cut, steamed to open the fibres to produce a dense nap looking like a heavy suede. Moleskin is a hard wearing fabric and lighter weights are used for trousers and working cloths. The heavier weight, with a longer pile, can be used for winter coat lining. The term bannigan was given to a moleskin fabric which was at one time produced specifically for work cloths in the potteries of Staffordshire. Dry clay or mud can easily be brushed from the dense pile of moleskin.
A heavy sateen-weave fabric made on five-end or eight-end satin construction using heavy, soft-spun filling. The napped, sueded surface effect simulates the fur of a mole.
Supposed to simulate fur of a mole. Carded cotton is knapped or brushed and then sheared for smoothness to provide a suede fur effect.
Soft material that reduces friction and protects skin.
microfiber, itâ€(tm)s a terrific fabric to travel with. It resists wrinkling and has a beautiful sueded look on the face. The reverse has a satiny look and feel. Generally, will contain 2-4% spandex. Great for pants, jackets and heavy shirts.
Used to reduce friction, moleskin is a soft material that protects skin. It is often used under casts or bandages or on the feet.
A densely woven cotton fabric that is brushed on the surface to produce a suedelike effect. So called because it is said to resemble the fur of a mole, moleskin has become a popular sportswear fabric used in everything from pants to sport coats to underwear Monogram A person's initials embroidered on or otherwise worked into the surface of a personal item. With its origins in the family crest, monograms have always been used to evoke aristocratic style, whether they appear on towels, sheets, sweaters or jewelry