Lycra Fabric [material]

Lycra is a registered brand name for a polyurethane-based synthetic fiber that's also called spandex or elastane. The DuPont Company first developed Lycra in 1958 to replace latex rubber as a stretching agent in clothes. It's also prized for its strength and durability. Though you may think of shiny leotards and biking shorts when you think of Lycra, the elastic fabric is present in many garments.

Lycra can be mixed with cotton, and very well to be applied for clothes and shoes, as its outstanding performance such as fast dry, comfortable…

It is soft and can be stretched, although it is expensive, people like using it to make better products.