Lycra

Lycra is a synthetic fibre introduced in 1958 by Du Pont of Delaware, USA. Lycra is elastic, abrasion resistant and has stretch and recovery powers. It is extensively used in the clothing industry.
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Lycra

Synthetic elastane fiber that is flexible with unique stretch and recovery properties to aid in comfort and fit. It is a registered trademark of DuPont.
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lycra

A DuPont trademark for its spandex fiber. Any time you see this fiber listed on a label, expect comfort, movement, and shape retention that won't wash away.
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Lycra

DuPont's very stretchy spandex. Great for arobic activities.
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lycra

Synthetic fibre composed mainly of elastomer and other stretch fibres. It was introduced as a fabric for underwear, such as girdles, bras, and support stockings, but it has now become a popular material for sportswear and casual wear
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LYCRA

Showcase for muscle tone, for better or for worse. A Tomorrow's World kind of invention which actually made it into the real world.
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Lycra

A DuPont trademark for its spandex fiber. Any time you see this fiber listed on a label, expect comfort, movement, and shape retention that won't wash away.
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Lycra

The trademark name for DuPont's brand of Spandex fiber.
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Lycra

A DuPont trademark for its spandex fiber. Any time you see this fiber listed on a label, expect comfort, movement, and shape retention that won't wash away.
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Lycra

A brand of spandex.
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Lycra

An elastic fiber that is blended with other fibers made by Du Pont. It has a 500% stretching ability.
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Lycra

A DuPont trademark for its spandex fibre. It is a elastic polyurethane fibre used for close fitting clothing and sports wear.
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LYCRA

Also known as spandex, or elastane, a synthetic fiber known for its exceptional elasticity. It is stronger and more durable than rubber. The most famous brand associated with spandex is Lycra, is used to describe any kind of spandex. Lycra is a registered trademark of Du Pont. Fabrics are not composed entirely of Lycra, since only a small amount...
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Lycra

DuPont's registered trademark for its brand of Elastomer.
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Lycra

Trademark name of DuPont
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Lycra

A trademark of DuPont, Lycra is the spandex fiber produced by DuPont. It is lightweight and soft, but stronger and more durable than rubber. Lycra can be stretched over 500% without breaking, and can be stretched repeatedly and still recover to its original length. It provides lightweight freedom of movement in foundation garments. It is quick to d...
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Lycra

A stretch material used to make competitive swim suits and swim hats.
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Lycra

A swimsuit material.
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Lycra

A stretch material used to make competitive swim suits and caps.
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Lycra

Stretchy fabric included in most cycling clothing.
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