PIN POINT WEAVE
Pinpoint is a woven material most often used for shirting. It is a two-for-one twist (80/2) in a basketweave pattern, which is the same weave as oxford cloth (sometimes referred to as pinpoint Oxford) although the smaller yarns (typical of a broadcloth) and tighter weave give it a texture that is more interesting than the uniform smoothness of poplin. Because of the fabrics crisp appearance and the fact that it is quite traditional, it can be both dressy and casual. Generally not a transparent fabric. Because of it’s moderately heavy construction can be fairly durable. Characterized by a small dot or pin effect. Breaths well.