How can you tell the difference between super 120 , 130 , 140 and 150 fabrics? Identify Fake wool suits and real wool suits.
The terms super 100 or 120 or 130 or 140 or 150 are what determine the material of your suit, which is the fitness of a wool thread. The higher the numbers are the better and finer the quality of the wool is. The tightness of the wool makes it less likely to wrinkle and in this case also more expensive because it requires more wool fiber. There is also what is called virgin wool that means new wool. It feels a lot silkier because it is not mixed with any recycled wool. We also have these numbers for non wool fabrics. If you buy a suit with a super 120, 130, 140 or 150 label on the sleeves, it doesn't mean the suit is 100% wool. Please ask your seller to take a picture of the inside label, see below, where you can see the wool quality printed on the label inside the suit. Unfortunately we have some sellers that sell you a polyester suit for 100% wool and remove the polyester label from inside the suit. Well this is something you need to be sure about your seller. Does the seller offer a return policy? Does the seller respond to your questions quickly? Does the seller provide you with a phone number where he/she can be reached after your purchase? These are the questions you need to have an answer for before you spend your money in a good faith. I DO NOT RECOMMEND TO LOOK ONLY FOR THE SELLERS FEEDBACKS. You need to look for the quality of the suit, the price the seller is offering and the shipping time and cost. Like I have the high quality wool suits for under $100 listed on ebay with all my terms and conditions clearly explained in the listing. Ebay is an auction site and an open market place. You don’t have to pay for the same suits over $200 just because the seller has more feedbacks. I would be more than happy to assist you will all your questions. Please just go my listings and click on ask the seller a question. Thank you.