Definitions for "Irish linen"
Keywords:  flax, ireland, linen, chalky, softest
Naturally lightweight, cool and comfortable. The softest, finest quality linen is synonymous with summer, tailoring beautifully into both polished and casual looks.
Linen made from flax in Ireland, as the name suggests. It is commonly used to wrap the grip part on the butt of cue. Cues decorated with a light coloured wrap, are usually laminated to protect them from chalky hands that would ruin them.
A linen, usually of high quality, produced from a flax grown in Northern Ireland.