Cappotto Wool Twill GRS - 480G/M²
Description (AI assisted)
The Cappotto Wool Twill GRS is an exceptional fabric originating from Italy. This fabric is primarily composed of wool, making up 60% of its composition, while reinforced by 30% polyester, 5% polymide, and an additional 5% of other materials ensuring optimal quality and durability. True to its name, it bears a graceful twill pattern, giving the fabric a subtle design texture.
Its primary color is a tasteful shade of brown, ideal for permanent and autumn winter 24/25 seasons. With a weight of 480 gsm and a width of 148cm, this fabric ensures both substantive and ample coverage. As a respectable member of the woolen category, its warmth and robustness are unquestionable, which typically lends itself well in the crafting of coats, sweaters, or heavy-duty attire.
Importantly, the Cappotto Wool Twill GRS carries the GRS (Global Recycled Standard) sustainability certificate. This guarantees that the fabric isn't just stylish and high-quality, but also environmentally respectful. Made with care, tradition, and an eye for sustainable practices, this fabric is more than just a textile - it's a statement in favor of conscious, responsible fashion.
Wholesale Pricing Policy
For sampling under 200m/ color, 30% price surcharge
Mapel specializes in the production of wool, mohair and synthetic knitted fabrics. Following our "weaving the change" vision, we prioritise eco-friendly practices, sourcing materials with eco-certifications and implementing energy-efficient production processes.
But sustainability doesn't mean compromising on style or aesthetics. At Mapel Fabrics, we believe that fashion should be both conscience-driven and visually captivating. Our team of talented designers constantly churn out innovative and trendsetting fabrics that cater to diverse tastes and applications. Join us in shaping a greener future, one fabric at a time.
About grs (global recycled standard)
Global Recycled Standard (GRS) is a certification promoted by Textile Exchange that verifies recycled content in a fabric or textile products (min. 50%). Different from the Recycled Claim Starndard (RCS) which only certifies the recycled content in a product, GRS also covers additional social and environmental requirements related to processing and chemical use.
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