5 Details that No One will Notice but Make all the Difference
Inner Jetted Pockets in Fabric.
A pocket that's made in the traditional way, more secure, less likely to wear and tear, and looks more rich
Added to the crotch of the pant, crotch lining helps prevent wear and tear by minimizing friction, absorbs and wicks moisture, and helps prevent the inseams from rubbing against the thighs.
Added to the outside waist band of the pant, this loop of fabric helps keep your belt in place and is not visible while wearing a belt.
Shown here on the back pocket of a pair of pants, "D" tacking makes a stronger pocket with increased mobility on the stress points. The name comes from the small D shape that is made with the thread on both ends on the pocket.
On the back, inside waistband of pants, the locker loop is used to hang pants in gym lockers and prevents them from off the hanger.