Cupro (usually abbreviated as CUP) is also referred to as copper silk or copper fibre due to its production with the chemical tetraamine copper(II) hydroxide. This cellulose-based fibre has been used for textile processing since 1899. This fibre can be easily compared with viscose, as both have similar optical and haptic properties. However, Cupro is breathable, hygroscopic and does not charge statically, making it an excellent lining material. Cupro can also be washed and ironed.

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Scabal's light  jacket is redesigned and unlined, refined with beautiful and sporty patch pockets. The contrast stitching together with the kissing buttons give the jacket a special touch. A falling area and the two-button closure...
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