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Panty Fabrics, Panty Fabric Guide, Panty Fabric Percentages
By pantyfan on August 22, 2014

All of the fabric names and blends that you might see today on your panty label can make your head spin. So why be knowledgeable in what fabric panties are made from, and the characteristics of those fabrics, wearing panties feels good, and men wearing panties enjoy how the fabric feels against us, either for comfort or stimulation or both, and different fabrics, or fabric blends give very different feelings. And when shopping for panties knowing which fabrics or fabric blends felt good can help you pick out panties much easier. Most men wearing panties have slipped on a pair of new panties and thought wow these feel really good, better than some of the other panties I have worn, many of us men wearing panties have been curious what are these panties made of, and after taking them off we look at the label and most times we see a blend of fabrics broken down by percentage. Now next time we are looking for panties we not only have the sense of sight and feel to tell us which panties to buy but also info on the content of each fabric to help us pick those panties out that felt so good wearing.

A manufactured fiber refined from cotton filaments and/or wood pulp, and acetic acid that has been extruded through a spinneret and then hardened.

A synthetic fiber that adds stability and long lasting wear to fabrics while having outstanding wickability due to its inherent quick drying time.

A type of nylon made by DuPont.

A lightweight silk or silk-like fabric.

An extremely sheer, lightweight, soft fabric made of silk, polyester, rayon or other fibers. It is made of highly twisted filament yarns.

Combed Cotton
A type of extra soft cotton subjected to an additional step in production that removes short fibers and straightens those that remain. The result is a stronger, smoother, more even, more compact yarn.

CoolMax fabrics
A registered trademark of Invista North America S.A.R.L., CoolMax is the performance fabric that includes an effective fiber-based moisture management system. The system can move perspiration away from the body, and through the fabric, where it can evaporate quickly, allowing the wearer to feel cooler and more comfortable.

Cordura is Invista?s registered name for Nylon. Invista used to be known as DuPont.

Cotton is a natural fiber typically 3/8 to 2 inches long. Fabrics containing Cotton are comfortable, breathable, soft.

Another name for traditional Spandex, mostly used in European countries.

Delicate, ornamental, openwork fabric made in a variety of designs.

Lenzing Modal
Lenzing Modal, a registered trademark of Lenzing AG, is a cellulose fiber composed of reconstituted cellulose from Beech trees. The softest fiber in the world, it is ideal for body conscious clothing. It remains wonderfully soft even after repeated washing and retains its color brilliance.

Lycra is Invista?s registered name for Spandex. It?s lightweight and soft, but stronger and more durable than rubber. Lycra can be stretched to more than 500% of its resting length without breaking, and can be stretched repeatedly while maintaining its ability to return to its original length. It provides lightweight freedom of movement in foundation garments.

Mercerized Cotton goes through a finishing process that swells the yarn of the fabric to give it a round, smooth surface and prevents the cotton from shrinking further. This process results in a stronger and more lustrous yarn that?s more easily dyed and is capable of holding brighter, deeper colors.

An open-weave knitted or woven fabric that produces a net or sheer-like effect.

Micro Modal is the registered name of a micro fiber from Lenzing Fiber Corporation. The fabric is a very fine and lightweight Modal. After numerous washings, garments made from Micro Modal remain soft and silky, with their colors staying bright and shiny. Micro Modal is 50% more absorbent than cotton, which allows skin to breathe and provides incredible comfort to the wearer.

Microfiber is the generic term for any synthetic fiber finer than silk. Fabrics made with microfibers are soft, lightweight, breathable, and durable. Because microfiber filaments can be packed so closely together, they can prevent moisture from passing though, yet allow air to flow back and forth. These high-tech synthetic filaments are so fine that their tight knits result in a super-smooth look that?s soft to the touch.

Modal is a specific variety of Rayon made with reconstituted cellulose from beech trees. It?s about 50% more water-absorbent than cotton. It has a soft and silky feeling, a good drape, and great breathability. Garments made in Modal have anti-crease properties, resist shrinking, and are relatively easy to care for.

Nylon was the first commercially successful synthetic fiber to be made entirely from ingredients other than natural fibers: coal, water, and air. Nylon is strong, durable, elastic, and resistant to abrasion and chemicals. It has low moisture absorbency and can be permanently set by heat.

Organic Cotton
Generally understood as Cotton from non-genetically modified plants, it is certified to be grown without the use of any synthetic agricultural chemicals such as fertilizers or pesticides.

Pima Cotton is a generic name for premium, extra-long-fiber cotton that?s grown mostly in the U.S., Australia, and Peru. Pima was previously called American-Egyptian cotton but was renamed for the Pima Indians who were growing it for the U.S. Department of Agriculture in Arizona. The primary difference between Pima cotton and regular cotton is that Pima has longer and stronger fibers. It feels silk-like and has a very fine weave. It?s also very absorbent.

Polyamide is the European term for Nylon yarn or Nylon fabric.

Polyester is the name of both a fabric and a fiber. This manufactured fiber was introduced in the early 1950s, and is second only to cotton in worldwide usage. Its ability to stretch and resist wrinkling makes it a popular fabric for lingerie. It has great strength (although less than Nylon), excellent resiliency, and high resistance to abrasion. Its low absorbency allows it to dry quickly.

Rayon is a silk-like, manufactured fiber made from wood pulp, cotton linters, or other vegetable matter. It?s known for draping well, and is absorbent. However, fabrics made from Rayon aren?t strong.

A woven type of fabric with the characteristic of being highly lustrous on one side, and matte on the other. Can be made in a variety of fibers.

A natural filament fiber produced by the silkworm in the construction of its cocoon. Most silk is collected from cultivated caterpillars; Tussah silk, or wild silk, is a thicker, shorter fiber produced by caterpillars in their natural habitat. Most silk comes from Asia, primarily China.

Spandex is a synthetic fiber made from Polyurethane. It?s known for its exceptional elasticity. It?s lightweight, strong, durable, and doesn?t absorb water or oils.

Tactel is Invista?s registered name for high-performing Nylon. It?s silkier and softer than Nylon, and has a crinkle finish. It?s lightweight and quick-drying.

Soft plush fabric with a close, dense pile.

Most of us men wearing panties have our favorite fabrics satin, silk, cotton, lace, microfiber, however just because they are labeled satin, microfiber, cotton does not mean they are all the same. A quick look at the tag often times shows a bit more info like the percentage of different fabrics. Lets say you buy a pair of panties labeled satin, but they feel much better than other satin panties you have bought, a quick look at the tag and what percentage of each fabric might determine why they feel better. Not all cotton panties are the same, not all nylon panties are the same, and not all satin panties are the same, and the newer fabric microfiber can really vary depending on the percentage of each fabric. If you put on a pair of panties and they feel really good, and you look at the tag and they say 85 percent nylon, 15 percent spandex you might want to search for other panties with that same fabric percentage because the difference in percentages even 5 percent can make the panties feel much different. For many of us men wearing panties the old days of picking up any pair of panties and putting them on are over, sure those panties felt amazing but as we wore panties more and more we started to refine the type of fabrics we liked best. Comparing the percentages of each fabric is a great way to continue finding the panties you like best and not just going by them being labeled satin, silk, cotton, microfiber as each manufacture can put different percentages of each fabric to make them satin, silk, cotton, microfiber. So next time your digging through your panty drawer take a look at the tags and see what types of fabrics your panties are made out of and remember the percentages so the next time your out panty shopping you can look for panties with the same percentages.

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