End on End?

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  1. WestIndianArchie

    WestIndianArchie Senior member

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    How does SF feel about End on End?

    Is it less popular than poplin/broadcloth, oxford, twill, herringbone?
     
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    How does SF feel about End on End?

    Is it less popular than poplin/broadcloth, oxford, twill, herringbone?


    What is 'End on End'? Any pictures?
     
  3. speedster.8

    speedster.8 Senior member

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    End on end is more "open" than a poplin but lacks structure compared to twill & heringbone etc. I find it breathes better. I prefer a EonE to a poplin, but i dont favour the "sheen" a poplin has either. But it realy depends on what kind of shirt you want, that is wat to me at least dictates fabric. Golf_Nerd: I like the descripton @liste rouge for fabrics, hoffe das hilft http://listerouge.fr/order_your_shir...ics_gauche.php
     
  4. WestIndianArchie

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    What is 'End on End'? Any pictures?

    http://www.tmlewin.co.uk/content/products/NO748_l.jpg

    The fabric has "texture" and looks kinda crosshatched.

    That Kabbaz FAQ on AAAC explains how it's made.

    It's my personal favorite, but I think it's considered less dressy
     
  5. Cho Tucker

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    End-on-End is actually a kind of yarn dyed poplin fabric and it's woven with 2 different color thread. Thus, it has a visual texture.

    Read more here.

    Like all other fabric sorts, the properties of an End-on-End fabric varies according to the the yarn count, fabric count and/or the finishing. Otherwise, the fabric itself doesn't have any particular specialty like breathability, etc.
     
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    My favourite kind of shirt weave, the fact it can be dressed up or down is just a bonus.
     
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