French Terry Sweat Pants
French Terry Sweat Pants – Lightweight but warm for winter and just right for bigger sizes to 7XL or Ladies 28 – but beware the slim fit legs
These are a tapered fit – not for those that like a loose fit at the legs
French terry feels different to fleece and maybe just a little more stylish for Trakkies
FABRIC：Poly/Cotton French Terry
65% Polyester/35% Cotton – 320gsm
• Ribbed waistband with functional draw cords
• Tapered legs with rib cuffs
• Dual side pockets with zips
• Patch pocket on right hip
• Flexibility and comfort during activities
Unisex adult’s pants cover ladies sizing.
Cotton blended 320gsm french terry fabric ensures garment is warm and free of loose fluffs.
Rib/elastic waistband with inner drawstring.
Tapered leggings with rib cuffs.
What is French Terry Fabric? French Terry fabric is cotton fabric that has soft piles (a looped back). The loops form small channels that allow air to circulate, making it a perfect choice for activewear and other breathable clothing.
Many people enjoy the French Terry fabric because of its strength, durability, longevity and flexibility. Personally, my heart is filled with happiness and peace that only French Terry can offer. How are French Terry textiles made? French terry is a light to midweight material that can be used for casual or active clothes like sweatshirts, shirts, sweaters, etc.
It is slightly heavier than sweatshirt fleece, but still very soft and comfortable to wear. If you’re looking for cotton french terry fabric in Australia, keep reading!
The difference between french terry and fleece fabric
Fleece fabric is commonly used for winter clothing, such as track pants and jumpers. The outside of the fabric has a smooth surface, and the inner a ‘brushed’ (almost fluffy) appearance. Fleece fabric is generally on a higher gsm side (fabric weight) and can be found in a range of fibre compositions such as cotton, and cotton/ polyester blends.