Fabric surface is softened by emery covered rollers. This emerizing process breaks the surface of the yarns, creating a softer hand feel. Peached fabrics are used in Russell’s casual twill shirts.
Varying the crossovers of the two yarns, warp and weft, creates diagonal patterns which improve the flow and drape of a garment. Russell uses twill weaves for shirt fabrics, as well as for workwear trousers, the good flow of the fabric combining durability with wearer comfort.
Cotton fibres are of different lengths. These fibres can be spun into yarn in different ways, the treatment of the shorter fibres determining the quality of the yarn.
Back yoke design with fabric patch enhances the effect of decoration on back yoke and main back areas.