Bel Air Stretch Gabardine
Gabardine was invented in 1879 by Thomas Burberry,
founder of Burberry fashion house in Great Britain. Originally created as a waterproofed fabric for outdoor activities, gabardine was woven as a regular twill, with a prominent diagonal rib on the face and a smooth surface on the back. Although usually composed of all wool, present-day blends offer indistinguishable similarities at an affordable price. Our Bel-Air combines the silkiness of viscose with the durability of polyester and the performance of spandex. Ideal for suiting, blazers and pants.
•58 / 60″ Wide
•72% Polyester / 24% Rayon / 4% Spandex
Fabric is sold by the Bolt.
Sample yardage is available for qualified manufacturing customers.