Difference between Pique and Jersey Polo?

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There are several differences between a pique and a jersey polo. The pique is made from weaved cotton fabric. The jersey polo is made from light fabric that is soft.
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A pique polo refers to a type of weaved cotton used in the collars of polos from what I've heard a Jersey Knit polo is a polo that has that kind of softer fabric...like kind of more
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Pique- a knit fabric that is characterized by its waffle-like appearance Jersey - a type of fabric with a flat appearance, knit on a circular, single-knit machine; its principal distinction
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The best way to describe pique knit fabric is as a "waffle weave" fabric where the jersey knit fabric is the same weave as t-shirt material
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The best way to describe pique knit fabric is as a "waffle weave" fabric where the jersey knit fabric is the same weave as t-shirt material.
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