Oven is an enclosed heating equipment used by garment manufacturers to apply heat for the purpose of applying heat to a garment to set, or cure (bake), a durable press finish on the article. This process add strength, resistance and a much more well-finished look.


Overcheck is a type of twill characterized by an overlay of geometrical large twill checks designs, in contrasting colors. Typical pattern for cotton and wool fabrics, it started to be introduced in the market since 1800, and is still involved principally for outerwear and formal or classical menswear jackets.


Oxford is a type of woven or blended cotton, characterized by its subtlety, a soft touch, and very lightweight. It is the result of manufactured fibers in a 2 x 1 basket weave variation of the plain weave construction. Oxford is principally involved in shirtings.

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