moleskin

[n] - a durable cotton fabric with a velvety nap
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Moleskin

Mole'skin` (mōl'skĭn) noun Any fabric having a thick soft shag, like the fur of a mole; esp., a kind of strong twilled fustian.
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moleskin

noun a durable cotton fabric with a velvety nap
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Moleskin

• (n.) Any fabric having a thick soft shag, like the fur of a mole; esp., a kind of strong twilled fustian.
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moleskin

(from the article `fustian`) ...sets of cotton wefts, or fillings, on a linen warp, popular during the European Middle Ages. The word has come to denote a class of heavy cotton ...
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moleskin

brand name of soft-surfaced bandaging material used to protect blisters. The sticky side of Moleskin is placed over the unbroken blister; the cushioned surface absorbs the friction from socks and boot.
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Moleskin

Moleskin is a tough, exceedingly durable cotton material woven on a strong warp as a satin twill. It is usually white or drab, and is used to make clothing for outdoor work.
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moleskin

any fabric having a thick soft shag, like the fur of a mole; esp., a kind of strong twilled fustian.
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Moleskin

Moleskin is a heavy cotton fabric, woven and then sheared to create a short, soft pile on one side. The word is also used for clothing made from this fabric, as well as adhesive pads stuck to the skin to prevent blisters. Clothing made from moleskin is noted for its softness and durability. Some variants of the cloth are so densely woven as to be ...
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Moleskin

It resists wrinkling and has a beautiful sueded look on the face. The reverse has a satiny look and feel. Generally, will contain 2-4% spandex. Great for pants, jackets and heavy shirts.
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Moleskin

The name refers to the short, silky fur of a mole, but is actually a heavy durable cotton fabric with a short, thick, velvety nap. The surface is smooth and dense, resembling suede.
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Moleskin

A heavy cotton twill based pile fabric.
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Moleskin

It resists wrinkling and has a beautiful sueded look on the face. The reverse has a satiny look and feel.
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Moleskin

A thick and strong cotton fabric with a shaved pile surface, It resists wrinkling and has a beautiful suede look on the face.
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Moleskin

Originally a heavy, durable napped cotton. Now refers to any fiber fabric with a short, dense mole-like brushed nap on one face.
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Moleskin

Durable cotton-made fabric with short, thick, velvety nap. The surface resembles suede.
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Moleskin

Soft material that reduces friction and protects skin.
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moleskin

heavy durable cotton
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Moleskin

100% cotton, brushed to produce a fabric which is soft, warm and strong.
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