Definition of Cambrelle in English:

Cambrelle

Line breaks: Cam|brelle
Pronunciation: /kamˈbrɛl
 
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noun

[mass noun] trademark
A synthetic fabric which absorbs perspiration, used as a lining material for climbing and walking boots.
More example sentences
  • Boots made with the Cambrelle lining option are lined entirely in Cambrelle from the foot through the entire height of the shaft.
  • With literally hundreds of millions of satisfied customers to it's name, Cambrelle is today established as the world's best-known branded footwear lining.
  • Features include a Cambrelle lining to wick away sweat.

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