Marling & Evans Tweed
Marling Evans rightly emphasises the distinctive, unmistakable character of his tweed fabrics. Spinning, weaving and finishing are located in Huddersfield, England. This weaving industry is one of the oldest and one of the most important textile companies in England.
What makes wool so special?
Wool has an unique structure that gives it a natural elasticity, so that the substances return to their natural form. This prevents wrinkles and wrinkles. It can easily absorb up to 30% of its weight in moisture without feeling moist or clammy. The ability of wool to absorb moisture makes it comfortable in both warm and cold conditions. In addition, wool is tear-resistant and the outer skin of the wool fibre is like a protective film that gives the wool fabric an improved robustness.Find out more in our Tweed Dictionary.
For Tweed, regular shaking and ventilation is usually sufficient. Aereate the tweed article well after wearing. You can easily remove fuzz and dry dirt with a brushl. If necessary, use chemical cleaning.