Corduroy is one of the most well-known fabrics. A characteristic feature of this fabric are the stripes formed as a result of inserting an additional thread into the thread, forming interlaces on the right side, which are then cut, sheared and brushed. In this way, a longitudinally stretched fleece cover forms over the warp threads. The branches can be of different thickness. Originally made of cotton, however, there are versions from other raw materials. Corduroy ensures thermal comfort. It is usually worn from autumn to spring, in the form of outerwear: jackets and jackets, but corduroy trousers and headgear (for example, hats) are also very popular.