I've read the many posts discussing the differences between canvas and fused construction. I didn't see my question addressed elsewhere, but if it was please feel free to send me to the link. If I understand correctly, "canvas" construction refers to an actual piece of canvas that is hand-stitched into the suit jacket, whereas "fused" construction refers to the use of some sort of hot glue to fuse together the suit fabric. I must be missing something. Doesn't "fusing" refer to a method of securing the fabric, whereas "canvas" refers to the addition of a piece of fabric? Â Do fused suits also have canvas added to them and the only difference is that in fused suits the fabric is secured by hot glue, as opposed to hand-stitching?
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4/25/05 at 11:48pm