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1 DXL Group QUALITY ASSURANCE MANUAL July 2014

2 DXL Group QUALITY ASSURANCE MANUAL TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION REGULATORY COMPLIANCE NOTICE DXL GROUP POLICY STATEMENT TESTING PROCEDURES I. DXL GROUP RESPONSIBILITY II. VENDOR RESPONSIBILITY III. BVCPS RESPONSIBILITY SAMPLE SUBMISSION GUIDELINE VENDOR CONFIRMATION FORM PROTOCOL INDEX Page 2 of 61 Revised Date

3 INTRODUCTION This DXL Group Quality Assurance Manual provides the administrative procedures and quality assurance requirements under the testing program. The Consumer Products Services Division of Bureau Veritas (BVCPS) is the approved laboratory under this program and will perform testing on all items as requested by DXL Group and its suppliers as outlined in this manual. DXL Group performance standards are based on past experience. The Performance Standards are used as a guideline for the evaluation of DXL Group acceptability. Most test methods and test procedures are originated from: ASTM (American Society of Testing and Materials) AATCC (American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists) CPSC (Consumer Product Safety Commission) FTC (Federal Trade Commission) Page 3 of 61 July 2014

4 REGULATORY COMPLIANCE NOTICE In addition, all products or product components sold to DXL Group, must meet the provisions of all U.S. Federal, State and Local Regulations. These include, but are not limited to: Code of Federal Regulations - Standard for the Flammability of Clothing Textiles FTC Trade Regulation Rule for Care Labeling of Textile Wearing Apparel FTC Rules and Regulations under the Textile Fiber Products Identification Act FTC Rules and Regulations under the Wool Products Labeling Act State Regulations for the Feather and Down Products Industry FTC Rules and Regulations under the Fur Products Labeling Act CPSC Rules and Regulations for Child Safety State & Federal Regulations for Restricted Substances Fabric Mills and Trim Suppliers must provide a continuing guarantee of compliance or test results assuring that requirements of all U.S. Federal, State and Local Regulations are met. Page 4 of 61 July 2014

5 DXL Group POLICY STATEMENT 1. DXL Group is committed to delivering quality merchandise to the DXL Group customer. 2. This program is based on the mandate that all merchandise purchased by DXL Group must be tested to meet all applicable laws and regulatory requirements, in addition to ensuring compliance with DXL Group customer satisfaction and acceptability. 3. DXL Group accepts test reports from BVCPS or a BVCPS affiliate. Any exceptions must be agreed to in advance with DXL Group. 4. This testing or any subsequent result does not limit DXL Group rights or diminish or remove vendor or manufacturer's responsibilities and obligations under the Purchase Order Terms and Conditions. Page 5 of 61 July 2014

6 TESTING PROCEDURES I. DXL GROUP RESPONSIBILITY Provide the vendor with a copy of the DXL Group Vendor Guide, Chapter 5 and protocols. When a product fails testing, DXL Group will determine the disposition as to retest or cancellation of the order, etc. II. VENDOR RESPONSIBILITY See Chapter 5-DXLG QA program for vendor testing policy. As a vendor to DXL Group, you are fully responsible for all fabric and garment testing of production merchandise. You must guarantee that fabric and garments pass all tests before production and shipment. The best timing for fabric testing is upon the initial run of production. The best timing for garment testing is upon receipt of our order with the correct samples. It is the vendor s responsibility to ensure that all necessary tests are done to meet DXL Group requirements. All initial or first tests will be paid by the DXL Group. All retest will be paid by the Vendor. Sample submission to BVCPS : Fabric Testing: For initial bulk fabric testing, a minimum of two (2) square yards must be submitted for full testing in one (1) colorway along with a minimum of one (1) square yard fabric in each additional colorway. Fabric must be identical in every aspect to bulk production piece goods including color and prints. Pre-Production Garment Testing: Send four (4) garments in each style in the largest size available for complete garment testing. Pre-Production Garments must be made on production machinery and must represent bulk production. If additional garment / fabric is required, BVCPS will immediately contact the vendor. A completed DXL Group Test Request Form should be submitted with garment / fabric. BVCPS will not accept a sample if the form is incomplete. The Vendor may obtain Test Request Forms directly from BVCPS (See Enclosed Test Request Form). Garments must include all bulk trim, accessories and embellishments. Findings and Functional / Decorative Trim Number of Samples Required Zippers 6 Zippers Buttons and Snaps 10 Samples (To be tested on garment stage) Elastic 3 Samples Applied Trim: Lace, Bows, Ribbon, Patches, Etc. 8 Samples, 1 Yard OR 4 Garments Screenprint, Embroidery / Appliqué 5 Samples OR 4 Garments VISUALLY UNSATISFACTORY SAMPLES (stains, tears, and missing pieces) WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED FOR TESTING! Page 6 of 61 July 2014

7 II. VENDOR RESPONSIBILITY (Continued) Samples Required for Testing Garment Retests: All retests are the vendor s responsibility. Note: On product re-tests, the previous test report number must be referenced on the Test Request Form. If a previous report number is not referenced, the full fabric and garment tests may be performed on the submission. All retested fees are vendor s responsibility. Ongoing Programs: Products that are purchased on an ongoing basis must be tested in accordance with the appropriate packages at least once every 6 months, and/or when changes have been made in production. Page 7 of 61 July 2014

8 III. BVCPS RESPONSIBILITY When the Test Request Form is incomplete, the laboratory will notify the originating vendor. Until proper information is received, testing will be delayed. Complete testing and evaluate the test results (See DXL Group Standard Test Package). Rate the product by: o Pass The product provides good overall consumer serviceability and requires no improvement. o Fail The product has deficiencies of such severity that the customer dissatisfaction will likely result and / or noncompliance or regulatory requirements. The product cannot be sold until improvements are made Reports will be ed to DXL Group and submitter as well as posted on BVOS. Page 8 of 61 July 2014

9 SAMPLE SUBMISSION GUIDELINE Sample Preparation Guidelines: Collect production quality sample Each sample must fulfill the minimum sample size requirement Fill out the Test Request Form completely Send Test Application to Testing Lab Laboratory Test Turnaround Time: Regular: 5 working days after receipt of sample Express: Within 3 working days after receipt of sample at surcharge of 40% Nest Business Day: Next working day are available for some tests at surcharge of 100% Some test standards require specified testing period, default service turnaround time may not be applicable, no express and emergency services provided. Testing Working Day Calculation: Sample arrived laboratory Sample log-in Service level available From 9:00 am to 11:00 am Same day morning Emergency service Express service Regular service From 11:00 am to 15:00 pm Same day afternoon Regular service After 15:00 pm Next working day Emergency service Express service Regular service Test Sample Receipt & Hold Memo Test Sample Receipt provides information of test selected and expected report available date for regarding test submission. Hold Memo indicates testing halt when encountering situation of insufficient / inadequate information or samples. Report Distribution To: Applicant (Test Submitter) Cc: Per Test Request From Test report copy will be sent to Client by when completed. Third Party Billing Official confirmation from Invoice recipient is required Page 9 of 61 July 2014

10 VENDOR CONFIRMATION FORM I acknowledge receipt of DXL Group Quality Assurance Manual. I have read and understand the policies and procedures set forth and agree to comply with them. Company Name (Type or Print) Company Officer s Signature (Type or Print Name Signed Above) Title Date Page 10 of 61 July 2014

11 Protocol Index Protocol Name Page 100F Woven Fabric (Shirts & Pants) G Woven Garment (Shirts & Pants) F Woven Denim Fabric G Denim Garment F Woven Twill Fabric G Twill Garment F Knit Fabric G Knit Garment F Loungewear / Underwear / Terry Robe / Sleepwear Fabric G Loungewear / Underwear / Terry Robe / Sleepwear Garment F Swim Fabric G Swimwear G Sweaters F Leather & Suede Hides G Leather & Suede Garments F Lining Fabric (Applies for all Textile Items) G Textile Hats & Caps G Socks & Hosiery F Outerwear Fabric (Shell Only) G Outerwear Garment (With or Without Lining) F Sports Coats / Jackets, Suits Fabric (Shell Only) G Sports Coats / Jackets, Suits (With or Without Lining) 45 EU Market Requirements Components 47 Buttons, Shank Buttons, Snaps, Zippers, Other Hardware 801 Elastic Belts Suspenders Special Claims 55 Zipper Requirements 59 Page 11 of 61 July 2014

12 100F Woven Fabric (Shirts & Pants) Page 1 of 2 Analytical ph value AATCC Flammability Flammability Of Clothing Textiles 16 CFR 1610 Class 1 (if not exempt) All Colors Physical Characteristics *Fiber Analysis AATCC 20/20A 0% Single Fiber ± 3% Blends Fabric Weight ASTM D3776 ± 5% from claim Fabric Count ASTM D3775 ± 5% from claim Special Fabric Type As claimed Yarn Size (If Claimed) (If Claimed) ASTM D1059 ± 5% from claim Defects Report all defects Performance 100% Cotton: -4% Dimensional Stability-Home AATCC 135 All others: -3% Laundering (3 washes) Growth: +1% Dimensional Stability-Drycleaning (1 cycle) AATCC 158 Note: Mandatory for dress pants Shrinkage: -2% No growth No distortion, defects, excessive puckering Pilling: Class 4.0 No distortion defects General Appearance after care (3HL or 1 DC) CPSD-SL MTHD Appearance after Ironing Hand Iron Skew/Torque AATCC 179 Method 1, Option 1 5% or ½ maximum Tensile Strength ASTM D5034 < 6.0 oz/yd 2 : 30 lbs min. 6.0 oz/yd 2 : 40 lbs min. < 6.0 oz/yd 2 : 2.5 lbs min. Tear Strength ASTM D oz/yd 2 : 3.0 lbs min. 8.0 oz/yd 2 : 4.0 lbs min. Seam Slippage ASTM D lbs ¼ Stretch & Recovery ASTM D3107 5% spandex in stretch direction only Stretch: 15% min. Growth: 5% max. Page 12 of 61 July 2014

13 100F Woven Fabric (Shirts & Pants) Page 2 of 2 Colorfastness CF to Home Laundering AATCC 135 CF to Commercial Dry-cleaning AATCC 132 CF to Chlorine Bleach AATCC TS-001 With Suppressor for pastels only Class 4.0 CF to Non-Chlorine Bleach AATCC TS-001 With Suppressor for pastels only Class 4.0 CF to Crocking AATCC 8/116 Dry Class 4.0 Wet Class 3.0 CF to Light AATCC 16, Option 3 Provide ratings after 10 & 20 AFU Pass/Fail based on 20 AFU rating only Class 20 AFU CF to Water AATCC 107 Color block / Contrast trims only CF to Perspiration AATCC 15 *Phenolic Yellowing ISO 105-X18 White, Ivory if 50% coverage Class 3.5 Note: Please refer to special claims protocol as applicable. Page 13 of 61 July 2014

14 Labeling Textile Fiber Products Identification Act Care Labeling Rule Wool Products Labeling Act Analytical *Lead in surface coating (If Requested) 100G Woven Garment (Shirts & Pants) Page 1 of 1 CPSC-CH-E / AOAC (mod.) Fiber Content Label RN# or WPL # Country of Origin Care Label Size Physical Characteristics Defects Report all defects Performance Dimensional Stability-Home Laundering (3 washes) Dimensional Stability-Drycleaning (1 cycle) General Appearance after care (3HL or 1 DC) AATCC 150 AATCC 158 CPSD-SL MTHD Shall not exceed 90 ppm (0.009% by weight) Seam Skew/Torque AATCC / ASTM TS-004 5% or ½ maximum Seam Strength ASTM D1683 < 6.0 oz/yd 2 : 20 lbs min. 6.0 oz/yd 2 : 25 lbs min. Seam Slippage** ASTM D lbs ¼ Component Attachment Strength Refer to protocol 800 Pocket Attachment Strength ASTM D1683 mod 15 lbs min. Note: 1. Any components not previously tested are required to test to appropriate standard 2. Please refer to special claims protocol as applicable. 100% Cotton: -4% All others: -3% Growth: +1% Note: Mandatory for dress pants Shrinkage: -2% No growth No distortion, defects, damaged components, excessive puckering Pilling: Class 4.0 **Seam Slippage: test the following seams: Tops: Side, Shoulder, Yoke, Armhole, Sleeve, Collar & Pocket Bottoms: Side, Inseam, Back Rise, Crotch, Zipper stress area, all pockets Page 14 of 61 July 2014

15 101F Woven Denim Fabric Page 1 of 2 Analytical ph value AATCC Flammability Flammability Of Clothing Textiles 16 CFR 1610 Class 1 (if not exempt) All Colors Physical Characteristics *Fiber Analysis AATCC 20/20A 0% Single Fiber ± 3% Blends Fabric Weight ASTM D3776 ± 5% from claim Fabric Count ASTM D3775 ± 5% from claim Special Fabric Type As claimed Yarn Size (If Claimed) ASTM D1059 ± 5% from claim Defects Report all defects Performance Fabric Wash: -2.5% Dimensional Stability-Home AATCC 135 Rigid: -4% Laundering (3 washes) Growth: +1% Dimensional Stability-Drycleaning (1 cycle) AATCC 158 Shrinkage: -2% No growth General Appearance after care (3HL or 1 DC) CPSD-SL MTHD No distortion, defects, excessive puckering Pilling: Class 4.0 Appearance after Ironing Hand Iron No distortion defects Skew/Torque AATCC 179 Method 1, Option 1 5% or ½ maximum Tensile Strength Tear Strength ASTM D5034 (Warp x Weft) ASTM D1424 (Warp x Weft) 8-10 oz/yd 2 : 55 x 35 min oz/yd 2 : 65 x 40 min >12.0 oz/yd 2 : 85 x 70 min 8-10 oz/yd 2 : 4.0 x 3.0 min oz/yd 2 : 4.0 x 3.5 min >12.0 oz/yd 2 : 6.5 x 4.0 min Seam Slippage ASTM D lbs ¼ Stretch & Recovery ASTM D3107 5% spandex in stretch direction only Stretch: 15% min. Growth: 5% max. Recovery (30 sec/30 min): 90% min Abrasion Resistance ASTM D3886 Stretch Denim: 100 cycles min Unwashed: 500 cycles min Washed: 200 cycles min Page 15 of 61 July 2014

16 101F Woven Denim Fabric Page 2 of 2 Colorfastness CF to Home Laundering AATCC 135 CF to Commercial Dry-cleaning AATCC 132 CF to Chlorine Bleach AATCC TS-001 With Suppressor for pastels only Class 4.0 CF to Non-Chlorine Bleach AATCC TS-001 With Suppressor for pastels only Class 4.0 CF to Crocking AATCC 8/116 Dry Class 4.0 Wet Class 3.0 CF to Light AATCC 16, Option 3 Provide ratings after 10 & 20 AFU Pass/Fail based on 20 AFU rating only Class 20 AFU CF to Water AATCC 107 Color block / Contrast trims only CF to Ozone AATCC 109 Class cycle CF to Burnt Gas Fumes AATCC 23 Class cycle *Phenolic Yellowing ISO 105-X18 Solid White or Ivory Class 3.5 Note: Please refer to special claims protocol as applicable. Page 16 of 61 July 2014

17 Labeling Textile Fiber Products Identification Act Care Labeling Rule Wool Products Labeling Act 101G Denim Garment Page 1 of 1 Fiber Content Label RN# or WPL # Country of Origin Care Label Size Analytical *Lead in surface coating (If CPSC-CH-E / Requested) AOAC (mod.) Shall not exceed 90 ppm (0.009% by weight) ph value AATCC Physical Characteristics Defects Report all defects Performance Dimensional Stability-Home Laundering (3 washes) Dimensional Stability-Drycleaning (1 cycle) General Appearance after care (3HL or 1 DC) AATCC 150 AATCC 158 CPSD-SL MTHD Seam Skew/Torque AATCC TS-004 5% or ½ maximum Seam Strength ASTM D oz/yd 2 : 35 min oz/yd 2 : 40 min >12.0 oz/yd 2 : 50 min Seam Slippage** ASTM D lbs ¼ Component Attachment Strength Refer to protocol 800 Pocket Attachment Strength ASTM D1683 MOD 20 lbs min. Colorfastness CF to Crocking AATCC 8/116 Dry Class 4.0 Wet Class 3.0 Dark Indigo / Black: Dry Class 4.0 Wet Class 2.0 Fabric Wash: -2.5% Rigid: -4% Growth: +1% Shrinkage: -2% No growth No distortion, defects, damaged components, excessive puckering Pilling: Class 4.0 Note: 1. Any components not previously tested are required to test to appropriate standard 2. Please refer to special claims protocol as applicable. **Seam Slippage: test the following seams: Tops: Side, Shoulder, Yoke, Armhole, Sleeve, Collar & Pocket Bottoms: Side, Inseam, Back Rise, Crotch, Zipper stress area, all pockets Page 17 of 61 July 2014

18 102F Woven Twill Fabric Page 1 of 2 Analytical ph value AATCC Flammability Flammability Of Clothing Textiles 16 CFR 1610 Class 1 (if not exempt) All Colors Physical Characteristics *Fiber Analysis AATCC 20/20A 0% Single Fiber ± 3% Blends Fabric Weight ASTM D3776 ± 5% from claim Fabric Count ASTM D3775 ± 5% from claim Special Fabric Type As claimed Yarn Size (If Claimed) ASTM D1059 ± 5% from claim Defects Report all defects Performance 100% Cotton: -4% Dimensional Stability-Home AATCC 135 All others: -3% Laundering (3 washes) Growth: +1% Dimensional Stability-Drycleaning (1 cycle) AATCC 158 Shrinkage: -2% No growth General Appearance after care (3HL or 1 DC) CPSD-SL MTHD No distortion, defects, excessive puckering Pilling: Class 4.0 Appearance after Ironing Hand Iron No distortion defects Skew/Torque AATCC 179 Method 1, Option 1 5% or ½ maximum Tensile Strength Tear Strength ASTM D5034 (Warp x Weft) ASTM D1424 (Warp x Weft) <6.0 oz/yd 2 : 30lb min oz/yd 2 : 40 x 30 lb min 8.0 oz/yd 2 : 60 x 50 min <6.0 oz/yd 2 : 2.5 lb min oz/yd 2 : 3.0 lb min 8.0 oz/yd 2 : 4.0 min Seam Slippage ASTM D lbs ¼ Stretch & Recovery ASTM D3107 5% spandex in stretch direction only Stretch: 15% min. Growth: 5% max. Recovery (30 sec/30 min): 90% min Page 18 of 61 July 2014

19 102F Woven Twill Fabric Page 2 of 2 Abrasion Resistance ASTM D3886 Stretch Twill: 100 cycles min Unwashed: 8.0 oz/yd 2 : 300 cycles min >8.0 oz/yd 2 : 500 cycles min Washed: 8.0 oz/yd 2 : 100 cycles min >8.0 oz/yd 2 : 200 cycles min Colorfastness CF to Home Laundering AATCC 135 CF to Commercial Dry-cleaning AATCC 132 CF to Chlorine Bleach AATCC TS-001 With Suppressor for pastels only Class 4.0 CF to Non-Chlorine Bleach AATCC TS-001 With Suppressor for pastels only Class 4.0 CF to Crocking AATCC 8/116 Dry Class 4.0 Wet Class 3.0 CF to Light AATCC 16, Option 3 Provide ratings after 10 & 20 AFU Pass/Fail based on 20 AFU rating only Class 20 AFU CF to Water AATCC 107 Color block / Contrast trims only CF to Perspiration AATCC 15 *Phenolic Yellowing ISO 105-X18 Solid White or Ivory Class 3.5 Note: Please refer to special claims protocol as applicable. Page 19 of 61 July 2014

20 Labeling Textile Fiber Products Identification Act Care Labeling Rule Wool Products Labeling Act Analytical *Lead in surface coating (If Requested) 102G Twill Garment Page 1 of 1 CPSC-CH-E / AOAC (mod.) Fiber Content Label RN# or WPL # Country of Origin Care Label Size Physical Characteristics Defects Report all defects Performance Dimensional Stability-Home Laundering (3 washes) Dimensional Stability-Drycleaning (1 cycle) General Appearance after care (3HL or 1 DC) AATCC 150 AATCC 158 CPSD-SL MTHD Shall not exceed 90 ppm (0.009% by weight) Seam Skew/Torque AATCC TS-004 5% or ½ maximum Seam Strength ASTM D1683 <6.0 oz/yd 2 : 25 min oz/yd 2 : 30 min 8.0 oz/yd 2 : 35 min Seam Slippage** ASTM D lbs ¼ Component Attachment Strength Refer to protocol 800 Pocket Attachment Strength ASTM D1683 MOD 15 lbs min. 100% Cotton: -4% All other: -3% Growth: +1% Shrinkage: -2% No growth No distortion, defects, damaged components, excessive puckering Pilling: Class 4.0 Note: 1. Any components not previously tested are required to test to appropriate standard 2. Please refer to special claims protocol as applicable. **Seam Slippage test the following seams: Tops: Side, Shoulder, Yoke, Armhole, Sleeve, Collar & Pocket Bottoms: Side, Inseam, Back Rise, Crotch, Zipper stress area, all pockets Page 20 of 61 July 2014

21 200F Knit Fabric Page 1 of 2 Analytical ph value AATCC Flammability Flammability Of Clothing Textiles 16 CFR 1610 Class 1 (if not exempt) All Colors Physical Characteristics *Fiber Analysis AATCC 20/20A 0% Single Fiber ± 3% Blends Fabric Weight ASTM D3776 gm/m 2 ± 5% from claim Fabric Count ASTM D3887 ± 5% from claim Special Fabric Type As claimed Yarn Size (If Claimed) ASTM D1059 ± 5% from claim Defects Report all defects Performance Dimensional Stability-Home Laundering (3 washes) AATCC 135-5% Growth: +1% Dimensional Stability-Drycleaning (1 cycle) AATCC 158 Shrinkage: -2% No growth General Appearance after care (3HL or 1 DC) Appearance after Ironing Skew/Torque Bursting Strength Pilling Stretch & Recovery CPSD-SL MTHD Hand Iron AATCC 179 Method 1, Option 1 ASTM D3786 ASTM D3512 ASTM D2594 No distortion, defects, excessive puckering Pilling: Class 4.0 Satisfactory for Double Face Fleece No distortion defects 5% or ½ maximum <120 gm/m 2 : 40 psi 120 gm/m 2 : 55 psi Double Face Fleece with Anti-Pilled treatment claim 30 min Refer to Appendix 2 for rating of specimen 5% spandex in stretch direction only Stretch: 15% min. Growth: 5% max. Page 21 of 61 July 2014

22 200F Knit Fabric Page 2 of 2 Colorfastness CF to Home Laundering AATCC 135 CF to Commercial Dry-cleaning AATCC 132 CF to Chlorine Bleach AATCC TS-001 With Suppressor for pastels only Class 4.0 CF to Non-Chlorine Bleach AATCC TS-001 With Suppressor for pastels only Class 4.0 CF to Crocking AATCC 8/116 Dry Class 4.0 Wet Class 3.0 CF to Light AATCC 16, Option 3 Provide ratings after 10 & 20 AFU Pass/Fail based on 20 AFU rating only Class 20 AFU CF to Water AATCC 107 Color block / Contrast trims only CF to Perspiration AATCC 15 *Phenolic Yellowing ISO 105-X18 Solid White or Ivory Class 3.5 Note: Please refer to special claims protocol as applicable. Page 22 of 61 July 2014

23 Labeling Textile Fiber Products Identification Act Care Labeling Rule Wool Products Labeling Act Analytical *Lead in surface coating (If Requested) 200G Knit Garment Page 1 of 1 CPSC-CH-E / AOAC (mod.) Fiber Content Label RN# or WPL # Country of Origin Care Label Size Shall not exceed 90 ppm (0.009% by weight) Physical Characteristics Defects Report all defects Performance Dimensional Stability-Home Laundering (3 washes) AATCC 150-5% Growth: +1% Dimensional Stability-Drycleaning (1 cycle) AATCC 158 Shrinkage: -2% No growth General Appearance after care (3HL or 1 DC) CPSD-SL MTHD No distortion, defects, damaged components, excessive puckering Satisfactory for Double face fleece Pilling: Class 4.0 Seam Skew/Torque AATCC TS-004 5% or ½ maximum Seam Stretchability AATCC TS-015 <120 gm/m 2 : 35% and/or 6 lbs 120 gm/m 2 : 50% and/or 7 lbs Component Attachment Strength Refer to protocol 800 Note: 1. Any components not previously tested are required to test to appropriate standard 2. Please refer to special claims protocol as applicable. Page 23 of 61 July 2014

24 201F Loungewear / Underwear / Terry Robe / Sleepwear Fabric Page 1 of 2 Analytical ph value AATCC Flammability Flammability Of Clothing Textiles 16 CFR 1610 Class 1 (if not exempt) All Colors Physical Characteristics *Fiber Analysis AATCC 20/20A 0% Single Fiber ± 3% Blends Fabric Weight ASTM D3776 gm/m 2 ± 5% from claim Fabric Count Woven: ASTM D3775 Knit: ASTM D3887 ± 5% from claim Special Fabric Type As claimed Yarn Size (If Claimed) ASTM D1059 ± 5% from claim Defects Report all defects Performance Dimensional Stability-Home Laundering (3 washes) AATCC 135 Woven: 100 Cotton: -4% All others: -3% Knit: -5% Growth: +1% General Appearance after care (3HL) CPSD-SL MTHD No distortion, defects, excessive puckering Pilling: Class 4.0 Appearance after Ironing Hand Iron No distortion defects Skew/Torque AATCC 179 Method 1, Option 1 5% or ½ maximum Seam Slippage (Woven) ASTM D lb ¼ Tensile Strength (Woven) ASTM D5034 <6.0 oz/yd 2 : 30 lb min 6.0 oz/yd 2 : 40 lb min Tear Strength (Woven) ASTM D1424 <6.0 oz/yd 2 : 2.5 lb min oz/yd 2 : 3.0 lb min 8.0 oz/yd 2 : 4.0 lb min Bursting Strength (Knit) ASTM D3786 <120 gm/m 2 : 40 psi 120 gm/m 2 : 55 psi Page 24 of 61 July 2014

25 201F Loungewear / Underwear / Terry Robe / Sleepwear Fabric Page 2 of 2 5% spandex in stretch direction only Stretch & Recovery Woven: ASTM D3107 Stretch: 15% min. Knit: ASTM D2594 Growth: 5% max. Recovery (30 sec/30 min): Min 90% Absorbency ASTM D4772 Terry Robe Only Ultra-absorbency: 75% min Two-sided terry: 65% min One-sided terry: 35% min Colorfastness CF to Home Laundering AATCC 135 CF to Chlorine Bleach AATCC TS-001 With Suppressor for pastels only Class 4.0 CF to Non-Chlorine Bleach AATCC TS-001 With Suppressor for pastels only Class 4.0 CF to Crocking AATCC 8/116 Dry Class 4.0 Wet Class 3.0 CF to Light AATCC 16, Option 3 Provide ratings after 10 & 20 AFU Pass/Fail based on 20 AFU rating only Class 20 AFU CF to Water AATCC 107 Color block / Contrast trims only CF to Perspiration AATCC 15 Excludes Robe Fabric *Phenolic Yellowing ISO 105-X18 Solid White or Ivory Class 3.5 Note: Please refer to special claims protocol as applicable. Page 25 of 61 July 2014

26 Labeling Textile Fiber Products Identification Act Care Labeling Rule Wool Products Labeling Act Analytical *Lead in surface coating (If Requested) 201G Loungewear / Underwear / Terry Robe / Sleepwear Garment Page 1 of 1 CPSC-CH-E / AOAC (mod.) Fiber Content Label RN# or WPL # Country of Origin Care Label Size Physical Characteristics Defects Report all defects Performance Dimensional Stability-Home Laundering (3 washes) General Appearance after care (3HL) AATCC 150 CPSD-SL MTHD Shall not exceed 90 ppm (0.009% by weight) Woven: 100 Cotton: -4% All others: -3% Knit: -5% Growth: +1% No distortion, defects, damaged components, excessive puckering Pilling: Class 4.0 Seam Skew/Torque AATCC TS-004 5% or ½ maximum Loss of Lint No Noticeable Loss (For Terry Robe) Seam Strength (Woven) ASTM D1683 <6.0 oz/yd 2 : 20 lb min 6.0 oz/yd 2 : 25 lb min Seam Slippage (Woven)** ASTM D lb ¼ Seam Stretchability AATCC TS-015 <120 gm/m 2 : 35% and/or 6 lbs 120 gm/m 2 : 50% and/or 7 lbs Component Attachment Strength Refer to protocol 800 Pocket Attachment Strength ASTM D1683 mod Woven: 15 lb min Knit: <120 gm/m 2 : 35% and/or 6 lbs 120 gm/m 2 : 50% and/or 7 lbs Note: 1. Any components not previously tested are required to test to appropriate standard 2. Please refer to special claims protocol as applicable. **Seam Slippage: test the following seams: Tops: Side, Shoulder, Yoke, Armhole, Sleeve, Collar & Pocket Bottoms: Side, Inseam, Back Rise, Crotch, Zipper stress area, all pockets Page 26 of 61 July 2014

27 202F Swim Fabric Page 1 of 2 Analytical ph value AATCC Flammability Flammability Of Clothing Textiles 16 CFR 1610 Class 1 (if not exempt) All Colors Physical Characteristics *Fiber Analysis AATCC 20/20A 0% Single Fiber ± 3% Blends Fabric Weight ASTM D3776 Woven: oz/yd 2 ; Knit: gm/m 2 ± 5% from claim Fabric Count Woven: ASTM D3775 Knit: ASTM D3887 ± 5% from claim Special Fabric Type As claimed Yarn Size (If Claimed) ASTM D1059 ± 5% from claim Defects Report all defects Performance Dimensional Stability-Home Laundering (3 washes) AATCC 135 Woven: 100 Cotton: -4% All others: -3% Knit: -5% Growth: +1% General Appearance after care (3HL) CPSD-SL MTHD No distortion, defects, excessive puckering Pilling: Class 4.0 Appearance after Ironing Hand Iron No distortion defects Skew/Torque AATCC 179 Method 1, Option 1 5% or ½ maximum Seam Slippage (Woven) ASTM D lb ¼ Tensile Strength (Woven) ASTM D5034 <6.0 oz/yd 2 : 30 lb min 6.0 oz/yd 2 : 40 lb min Tear Strength (Woven) ASTM D1424 <6.0 oz/yd 2 : 2.5 lb min oz/yd 2 : 3.0 lb min 8.0 oz/yd 2 : 4.0 lb min Bursting Strength (Knit) ASTM D3786 <120 gm/m 2 : 40 psi 120 gm/m 2 : 55 psi Page 27 of 61 July 2014

28 202F Swim Fabric Page 2 of 2 5% spandex in stretch direction only Stretch & Recovery Woven: ASTM D3107 Stretch: 15% min. Knit: ASTM D2594 Growth: 5% max. Recovery (30 sec/30 min): Min 90% Colorfastness CF to Home Laundering AATCC 135 CF to Chlorine Bleach AATCC TS-001 With Suppressor for pastels only Class 4.0 CF to Non-Chlorine Bleach AATCC TS-001 With Suppressor for pastels only Class 4.0 CF to Crocking AATCC 8/116 Dry Class 4.0 Wet Class 3.0 CF to Light AATCC 16, Option 3 Provide ratings after 20 & 40 AFU Pass/Fail based on 40 AFU rating only Class 40 AFU CF to Water AATCC 107 CF to Perspiration AATCC 15 CF to Sea Water AATCC 106 CF to Pool water AATCC 162 *Phenolic Yellowing ISO 105-X18 Solid White or Ivory Class 3.5 Note: Please refer to special claims protocol as applicable. Page 28 of 61 July 2014

29 Labeling Textile Fiber Products Identification Act Care Labeling Rule Wool Products Labeling Act Analytical *Lead in surface coating (If Requested) 202G Swimwear Page 1 of 1 CPSC-CH-E / AOAC (mod.) Fiber Content Label RN# or WPL # Country of Origin Care Label Size Physical Characteristics Defects Report all defects Performance Dimensional Stability-Home Laundering (3 washes) General Appearance after care (3HL or 1 DC) AATCC 150 CPSD-SL MTHD Shall not exceed 90 ppm (0.009% by weight) Woven: 100 Cotton: -4% All others: -3% Knit: -5% Growth: +1% No distortion, defects, damaged components, excessive puckering Pilling: Class 4.0 Seam Skew/Torque AATCC TS-004 5% or ½ maximum Seam Strength (Woven) ASTM D1683 <6.0 oz/yd 2 : 20 lb min 6.0 oz/yd 2 : 25 lb min Seam Slippage (Woven)** ASTM D lb ¼ Seam Stretchability (Knit) AATCC TS-015 <120 gm/m 2 : 35% and/or 6 lbs 120 gm/m 2 : 50% and/or 7 lbs Component Attachment Strength Refer to protocol 800 Pocket Attachment Strength ASTM D1683 mod Woven: 15 lb min Knit: <120 gm/m 2 : 35% and/or 6 lbs 120 gm/m 2 : 50% and/or 7 lbs Note: 1. Any components not previously tested are required to test to appropriate standard 2. Please refer to special claims protocol as applicable. **Seam Slippage: test the following seams: Tops: Side, Shoulder, Yoke, Armhole, Sleeve, Collar & Pocket Bottoms: Side, Inseam, Back Rise, Crotch, Zipper stress area, all pockets Page 29 of 61 July 2014

30 Labeling Textile Fiber Products Identification Act Care Labeling Rule Wool Products Labeling Act Analytical *Lead in surface coating (If Requested) Flammability 300G Sweaters Page 1 of 2 CPSC-CH-E / AOAC (mod.) Fiber Content Label RN# or WPL # Country of Origin Care Label Size Shall not exceed 90 ppm (0.009% by weight) Flammability Of Clothing Textiles 16 CFR 1610 Class 1 (if not exempt) All Colors Physical Characteristics *Fiber Analysis AATCC 20/20A 0% Single Fiber ± 3% Blends Weight per dozen ASTM D3887 mod ± 5% from claim Fabric Count ASTM D3887 ± 5% from claim Special Fabric Type As claimed Yarn Size (If Claimed) ASTM D1059 ± 5% from claim Defects Report all defects Performance Dimensional Stability-Home Laundering (3 washes) AATCC 150-5% Growth: +1% Dimensional Stability-Drycleaning (1 cycle) AATCC 158 Shrinkage: -2% No growth No distortion, defects, damaged components, excessive General Appearance after care puckering (3HL or 1 DC) CPSD-SL MTHD Pilling: Class 4.0 Appearance after Ironing Hand Iron No distortion defects Seam Skew/Torque AATCC TS-004 5% or ½ maximum Seam Stretchability AATCC TS-015 <120 gm/m 2 : 35% and/or 6 lbs 120 gm/m 2 : 50% and/or 7 lbs Bursting Strength ASTM D3786 <120 gm/m 2 : 40 psi 120 gm/m 2 : 50 psi Stretch & Recovery ASTM D2594 5% spandex in stretch direction only Stretch: 15% min. Growth: 5% max. Page 30 of 61 July 2014

31 300G Sweaters Page 2 of 2 *Pilling Resistance-Wool & Wool blends ICI Pilling box method BS NE ISO Wool blends Class 4 hours (14,400 revolutions) Cashmere / Luxury fibers: Class hours (7,200 revolutions) Component Attachment Strength Refer to protocol 800 Colorfastness CF to Home Laundering AATCC 135 CF to Dry-cleaning Commercial Dryclean CF to Chlorine Bleach AATCC TS-001 With Suppressor for pastels only Class 4.0 CF to Non-Chlorine Bleach AATCC TS-001 With Suppressor for pastels only Class 4.0 CF to Crocking AATCC 8/116 Dry Class 4.0 Wet Class 3.0 CF to Light AATCC 16, Option 3 Provide ratings after 10 & 20 AFU Pass/Fail based on 20 AFU rating only Class 20 AFU CF to Water AATCC 107 Color Block / Contrast Trims only CF to Perspiration AATCC 15 *Phenolic Yellowing ISO 105-X18 Solid White orivory Class 3.5 Note: 1. Any components not previously tested are required to test to appropriate standard 2. Please refer to special claims protocol as applicable. Page 31 of 61 July 2014

32 400F Leather & Suede Hides Page 1 of 1 Flammability Flammability Of Clothing Textiles 16 CFR 1610 Class 1 (if not exempt) All Colors Physical Characteristics *Fiber Analysis AATCC 20/20A Textile components / lining 0% Single Fiber ± 3% Blends Leather thickness ASTM D1813 report in millimeters ± 5% from claim Defects Report all defects Performance Dimensional Stability- Professional Leather Clean General Appearance after care Professional Leather Clean CPSD-SL MTHD -2% No Growth No distortion, defects, excessive puckering Pilling: Class 4.0 Seam Slippage ASTM D lb ¼ Tensile Strength ASTM D lb min Tear Strength ASTM D1424 <6.0 oz/yd 2 : 2.5 lb min oz/yd 2 : 3.0 lb min 8.0 oz/yd 2 : 4.0 lb min Colorfastness CF to Professional Leather Clean Leather Clean-1 cycle CF to Crocking AATCC 8/116 Dry Class 4.0 Wet Class 3.0 CF to Light AATCC 16, Option 3 Provide ratings after 10 & 20 AFU Pass/Fail based on 20 AFU rating only Class 20 AFU CF to Water AATCC 107 Color block / Contrast trims only *Phenolic Yellowing ISO 105-X18 Solid White or Ivory Class 3.5 Note: Please refer to special claims protocol as applicable. Page 32 of 61 July 2014

33 400G Leather & Suede Garments Page 1 of 1 Labeling Guide for Select Leather & Imitation Leather Products Textile Fiber Products Identification Act (If Textile lining) Wool Products Labeling Act (if wool lining) Care Labeling Rule Analytical *Lead in surface coating (If Requested) CPSC-CH-E / AOAC (mod.) Leather Identification Fiber Content Label RN# or WPL # Country of Origin Care Label Size Physical Characteristics Defects Report all defects Performance Dimensional Stability- Professional Leather Clean General Appearance after care Professional Leather Clean CPSD-SL MTHD Seam Strength ASTM D lb min Seam Slippage (Woven)** ASTM D lb ¼ Component Attachment Strength Refer to protocol 800 Pocket Attachment Strength ASTM D1683 mod 15 lb min Shall not exceed 90 ppm (0.009% by weight) -2% No Growth Differential Shrinkage (Shell/Lining): 2% No distortion, defects, damaged components, excessive puckering Pilling: Class 4.0 Note: 1. Any components not previously tested are required to test to appropriate standard 2. Please refer to special claims protocol as applicable. **Seam Slippage test the following seams: Tops: Side, Shoulder, Yoke, Armhole, Sleeve, Collar & Pocket Bottoms: Side, Inseam, Back Rise, Crotch, Zipper stress area, all pockets Page 33 of 61 July 2014

34 500F Lining Fabric (Applies for all Textile Items) Page 1 of 2 Analytical ph value AATCC Flammability Flammability Of Clothing Textiles 16 CFR 1610 Class 1 (if not exempt) All Colors Physical Characteristics *Fiber Analysis AATCC 20/20A 0% Single Fiber ± 3% Blends Fabric Weight Woven: ASTM D3776 Woven: oz/yd 2 ; Knit: gm/m 2 Knit: ASTM D3887 ± 5% from claim Fabric Count Woven: ASTM D3775 Knit: ASTM D3887 ± 5% from claim Special Fabric Type As claimed Yarn Size (If Claimed) ASTM D1059 ± 5% from claim Defects Report all defects Performance Woven: 100 Cotton: -4% All others: -3% Dimensional Stability-Home AATCC 135 Knit: -5% Laundering (3 washes) Growth: +1% Differential Shrinkage (shell/lining): 2% Dimensional Stability-Drycleaning (1 cycle) AATCC 158 Shrinkage: -2% No growth General Appearance after care (3HL or 1 DC) CPSD-SL MTHD No distortion, defects, excessive puckering Pilling: Class 4.0 Appearance after Ironing Hand Iron No distortion defects Seam Slippage (Woven) ASTM D lb ¼ Seam Strength (Woven) ASTM D lb min Seam Stretchability AATCC TS-015 <120 gm/m 2 : 35% and/or 6 lbs 120 gm/m 2 : 50% and/or 7 lbs Tensile Strength (Woven) Tear Strength (Woven) ASTM D5034 (Warp x Weft) ASTM D1424 <3.5 oz/yd 2 : 20 lbs min oz/yd 2 : 30 lb min oz/yd 2 : 40 x 30 lb min 8.0 oz/yd 2 : 60 x 50 lb min <3.5 oz/yd 2 : 1.5 lbs min oz/yd 2 : 2.5 lb min oz/yd 2 : 3.0 lb min 8.0 oz/yd 2 : 4.0 lb min Page 34 of 61 July 2014

35 500F Lining Fabric (Applies for all Textile Items) Page 2 of 2 Bursting Strength (knit) ASTM D3786 <120 gm/m 2 : 40 psi 120 gm/m 2 : 55 psi Component Attachment Strength Refer to protocol 800 Colorfastness CF to Home Laundering AATCC 135/143 CF to Dry-cleaning AATCC 132 CF to Chlorine Bleach AATCC TS-001 With Suppressor for pastels only Class 4.0 CF to Non-Chlorine Bleach AATCC TS-001 With Suppressor for pastels only Class 4.0 CF to Crocking AATCC 8/116 Dry Class 4.0 Wet Class 3.0 CF to Light AATCC 16, Option 3 Provide ratings after 10 & 20 AFU Pass/Fail based on 20 AFU rating only Class 20 AFU CF to Water AATCC 107 Color block / Contrast trims only CF to Perspiration AATCC 15 CF to Sea Water AATCC 106 Swimwear Only CF to Pool Water AATCC 162 Swimwear Only *Phenolic Yellowing ISO 105-X18 Solid White or Ivory Class 3.5 Note: Please refer to special claims protocol as applicable. Page 35 of 61 July 2014

36 Labeling 600G Textile Hats & Caps Page 1 of 2 Wool Products Labeling Act (if wool lining) Analytical *Lead in surface coating (If Requested) Flammability CPSC-CH-E / AOAC (mod.) Fiber Content Label (If Wool) RN# or WPL # Country of Origin Care Label Shall not exceed 90 ppm (0.009% by weight) Flammability Of Clothing Textiles 16 CFR 1610 Class 1 (if not exempt) All Colors Physical Characteristics *Fiber Analysis AATCC 20/20A 0% Single Fiber ± 3% Blends Fabric Weight ASTM D3776 ± 5% from claim Fabric Count ASTM D3775 ± 5% from claim Yarn Size (If Claimed) ASTM D1059 ± 5% from claim Defects Report all defects Performance Dimensional Stability-Home Laundering (3 washes) AATCC 150 Woven: 100 Cotton: -4% All others: -3% Knit: -5% Growth: +1% Differential Shrinkage (shell/lining): 2% No distortion, defects, excessive puckering Pilling: Class 4.0 General Appearance after care (3HL) CPSD-SL MTHD Seam Strength ASTM D lb min Seam Stretchability AATCC TS-015 <120 gm/m 2 : 35% and/or 6 lbs 120 gm/m 2 : 50% and/or 7 lbs Bursting Strength (knit) ASTM D3786 <120 gm/m 2 : 40 psi 120 gm/m 2 : 55 psi Component Attachment Strength Refer to protocol 800 Page 36 of 61 July 2014

37 600G Textile Hats & Caps Page 2 of 2 Colorfastness CF to Home Laundering AATCC 143 CF to Crocking AATCC 8/116 Dry Class 4.0 Wet Class 3.0 CF to Light AATCC 16, Option 3 Provide ratings after 20 & 40 AFU Pass/Fail based on 40 AFU rating only Class 40 AFU CF to Water AATCC 107 Color block / Contrast trims only CF to Perspiration AATCC 15 *Phenolic Yellowing ISO 105-X18 Solid White or Ivory Class 3.5 Note: Please refer to special claims protocol as applicable. Page 37 of 61 July 2014

38 Labeling Textile Fiber Products Identification Act Care Labeling Rule Wool Products Labeling Act Analytical *Lead in surface coating (If Requested) Flammability 601G Socks & Hosiery Page 1 of 2 CPSC-CH-E / AOAC (mod.) Flammability Of Clothing Textiles 16 CFR 1610 Physical Characteristics *Fiber Analysis (If requested / Claimed) AATCC 20/20A Fiber Content Label Care Label Country of Origin RN# or WPL # Size Shall not exceed 90 ppm (0.009% by weight) Class 1 (if not exempt) All Colors 0% Single Fiber ± 3% Blends Weight per Dozen Standard Measure ± 5% from claim Fabric Count-Knit ASTM D3887 ± 5% from claim Yarn Size (If Claimed) ASTM D1059 ± 5% from claim Yarn Construction ASTM D1244 As Claimed Defects Report all defects Performance Dimensional Stability-Home Laundering (3 washes) General Appearance after care (3HL) Abrasion Resistance of Socks (Heel Area) Fit Properties-After Laundering AATCC 150 CPSD-SL MTHD ASTM D4966 (Mod) CPSD-SL MTHD *Antifungal (If Claimed) AATCC 30 (Test III) Qualitative Only Subjective evaluation on all sizes after wash No more than 7% shrinkage & the ability to fit NAHM form No distortion, defects, excessive puckering Pilling: Class 4.0 Athletic: 400 cycles minimum Casual / Dress: 200 cycles minimum Sock Stretch: Biaxial stretch: 0.5 lb min 9 lb max Cuff Support: 0.25 lb/in min 4.25 ln/in max Cuff: Correspond to maximum heel girth (inches) Page 38 of 61 July 2014

39 601G Socks & Hosiery Page 2of 2 Colorfastness CF to Home Laundering AATCC 143 CF to Chlorine Bleach AATCC TS-001 With Suppressor for pastels only Class 4.0 CF to Non-Chlorine Bleach AATCC TS-001 With Suppressor for pastels only Class 4.0 CF to Crocking AATCC 8/116 Dry Class 4.0 Wet Class 3.0 CF to Light AATCC 16, Option 3 Provide ratings after 5 & 10 AFU Pass/Fail based on 10 AFU rating only Class 10 AFU CF to Water AATCC 107 Color block / Contrast trims only CF to Perspiration AATCC 15 *Phenolic Yellowing ISO 105-X18 Solid White or Ivory Class 3.5 Note: Please refer to special claims protocol as applicable. Page 39 of 61 July 2014

40 700 F Outerwear Fabric (Shell Only) Page 1 of 2 Analytical ph value AATCC Flammability Flammability Of Clothing Textiles 16 CFR 1610 Class 1 (if not exempt) All Colors Physical Characteristics *Fiber Analysis AATCC 20/20A 0% Single Fiber ± 3% Blends Fabric Weight Woven: ASTM D3776 Woven: oz/yd 2 / Knit: gm/m 2 Knit: ASTM D3887 ± 5% from claim Fabric Count Woven: ASTM D3775 Knit: ASTM D3887 ± 5% from claim Yarn Size (If Claimed) ASTM D1059 ± 5% from claim Defects Report all defects Performance 100% Cotton: -4% All others: -3% Dimensional Stability-Home AATCC 135 Knit: -5% Laundering (3 washes) Growth: +1% Differential shrinkage (Shell/lining): 2% Dimensional Stability-Drycleaning (1 cycle) General Appearance after care (3HL or 1 DC) Appearance after Ironing Skew/Torque AATCC 158 CPSD-SL MTHD Hand Iron AATCC 179 Method 1, Option 1 Note: Mandatory for outerwear Shrinkage: -2% No growth No distortion, defects, excessive puckering Pilling: Class 4.0 No distortion defects 5% or ½ maximum Tensile Strength (Woven) ASTM D5034 <3.5 oz/yd 2 : 25 lb min oz/yd 2 : 30 lb min oz/yd 2 : 40x 30 lb min 8.0 oz/yd 2 : 60x 50 lb min Tear Strength (Woven) ASTM D1424 <3.5 oz/yd 2 : 1.5 lb min oz/yd 2 : 2.5 lb min oz/yd 2 : 3.0 lb min 8.0 oz/yd 2 : 4.0 lb min Seam Slippage (Woven) ASTM D lbs ¼ Page 40 of 61 July 2014

41 700 F Outerwear Fabric (Shell Only) Page 2 of 2 Bursting Strength (Knit) ASTM D3786 <120 gm/m 2 : 40 psi 120 gm/m 2 : 55 psi Stretch & Recovery ASTM D3107 5% spandex in stretch direction only Stretch: 15% min. Growth: 5% max. Woven: Recovery (30 sec/30 min): Min 90% Colorfastness CF to Home Laundering AATCC 135 CF to Commercial Dry-cleaning AATCC 132 CF to Chlorine Bleach AATCC TS-001 With Suppressor for pastels only Class 4.0 CF to Non-Chlorine Bleach AATCC TS-001 With Suppressor for pastels only Class 4.0 CF to Crocking AATCC 8/116 Dry Class 4.0 Wet Class 3.0 CF to Light AATCC 16, Option 3 Provide ratings after 10/20 & 20/40 AFU Pass/Fail based on 20/40 AFU rating only Shell: Class 40 AFU Lining: Class 20 AFU CF to Water AATCC 107 Color block / Contrast trims only *Phenolic Yellowing ISO 105-X18 Solid White or Ivory Class 3.5 Note: Please refer to special claims protocol as applicable. Page 41 of 61 July 2014

42 Labeling Textile Fiber Products Identification Act Care Labeling Rule Wool Products Labeling Act Analytical *Lead in surface coating (If Requested) 700G Outerwear Garment (With or Without Lining) Page 1 of 1 CPSC-CH-E / AOAC (mod.) Fiber Content Label Care Label Country of Origin RN# or WPL # Size Physical Characteristics Defects Report all defects Performance Dimensional Stability-Home Laundering (3 washes) Dimensional Stability-Drycleaning (1 cycle) General Appearance after care (3HL or 1 DC) AATCC 150 AATCC 158 CPSD-SL MTHD Shall not exceed 90 ppm (0.009% by weight) Woven: 100% Cotton: -4% All others: -3% Knit: -5% Growth: +1% Differential Shrinkage (Shell/lining): 2% Note: Mandatory for outerwear Shrinkage: -2% No growth No distortion, defects, damaged components, excessive puckering Pilling: Class 4.0 Seam Skew/Torque AATCC TS-004 5% or ½ maximum Seam Strength ASTM D lbs min. Seam Slippage** ASTM D lbs ¼ Seam Stretchability AATCC / ASTM TS-015 <120 gm/m 2 : 35% and/or 6 lb 120 gm/m 2 : 50% and/or 7 lb Component Attachment Strength Refer to protocol 800 Pocket Attachment Strength ASTM D1683 mod <120 gm/m 2 : 35% and/or 6 lb 120 gm/m 2 : 50% and/or 7 lb Note: Please refer to special claims protocol as applicable. **Seam Slippage test the following seams: Tops: Side, Shoulder, Yoke, Armhole, Sleeve, Collar & Pocket Bottoms: Side, Inseam, Back Rise, Crotch, Zipper stress area, all pockets Page 42 of 61 July 2014

43 701F Sports Coats / Jackets, Suits Fabric (Shell Only) Page 1 of 2 Analytical ph value AATCC Flammability Flammability Of Clothing Textiles 16 CFR 1610 Class 1 (if not exempt) All Colors Physical Characteristics *Fiber Analysis AATCC 20/20A 0% Single Fiber ± 3% Blends Fabric Weight Woven: ASTM D3776 Woven: oz/yd 2 / Knit: gm/m 2 Knit: ASTM D3887 ± 5% from claim Fabric Count Woven: ASTM D3775 Knit: ASTM D3887 ± 5% from claim Special Fabric Type As claimed Yarn Size (If Claimed) ASTM D1059 ± 5% from claim Defects Report all defects Performance Dimensional Stability-Home Laundering (3 washes) AATCC % Cotton: -4% All others: -3% Knit: -5% Suede Fleece Thermal: -5% x -8% Growth: +1% Differential shrinkage (Shell/lining): 2% Dimensional Stability-Drycleaning (1 cycle) General Appearance after care (3HL or 1 DC) Appearance after Ironing Skew/Torque AATCC 158 CPSD-SL MTHD Hand Iron AATCC 179 Method 1, Option 1 Mandatory Shrinkage: -2% No growth No distortion, defects, excessive puckering Pilling: Class 4.0 No distortion defects 5% or ½ maximum Tensile Strength (Woven) ASTM D5034 <3.5 oz/yd 2 : 25 lb min oz/yd 2 : 30 lb min oz/yd 2 : 40x 30 lb min 8.0 oz/yd 2 : 60x 50 lb min Tear Strength (Woven) ASTM D1424 <3.5 oz/yd 2 : 1.5 lb min oz/yd 2 : 2.5 lb min oz/yd 2 : 3.0 lb min 8.0 oz/yd 2 : 4.0 lb min Seam Slippage (Woven) ASTM D lbs ¼ Page 43 of 61 July 2014

44 701F Sports Coats / Jackets, Suits Fabric (Shell Only) Page 2 of 2 Bursting Strength (Knit) ASTM D3786 <120 gm/m 2 : 40 psi 120 gm/m 2 : 55 psi Stretch & Recovery ASTM D3107 5% spandex in stretch direction only Stretch: 15% min. Growth: 5% max. Woven: Recovery (30 sec/30 min): Min 90% Colorfastness CF to Home Laundering AATCC 135 CF to Commercial Dry-cleaning AATCC 132 CF to Chlorine Bleach AATCC TS-001 With Suppressor for pastels only Class 4.0 CF to Non-Chlorine Bleach AATCC TS-001 With Suppressor for pastels only Class 4.0 CF to Crocking AATCC 8/116 Dry Class 4.0 Wet Class 3.0 CF to Light AATCC 16, Option 3 Provide ratings after 10 & 20 AFU Pass/Fail based on 20 AFU rating only Class 20 AFU CF to Water AATCC 107 Color block / Contrast trims only *Phenolic Yellowing ISO 105-X18 Solid White or Ivory Class 3.5 Note: Please refer to special claims protocol as applicable. Page 44 of 61 July 2014

45 Labeling Textile Fiber Products Identification Act Care Labeling Rule Wool Products Labeling Act Analytical *Lead in surface coating (If Requested) 701G Sports Coats / Jackets, Suits (With or Without Lining) Page 1 of 1 CPSC-CH-E / AOAC (mod.) Fiber Content Label Care Label Country of Origin RN# or WPL # Size Physical Characteristics Defects Report all defects Performance Dimensional Stability-Home Laundering (3 washes) Dimensional Stability-Drycleaning (1 cycle) General Appearance after care (3HL or 1 DC) AATCC 150 AATCC 158 CPSD-SL MTHD Shall not exceed 90 ppm (0.009% by weight) 100% Cotton: -4% All others: -3% Knit: -5% Suede Fleece Thermal: -5% x -8% Growth: +1% Differential shrinkage (Shell/lining): 2% Mandatory Shrinkage: -2% No growth No distortion, defects, damaged components, excessive puckering Pilling: Class 4.0 Seam Skew/Torque AATCC TS-004 5% or ½ maximum Seam Strength (Woven) ASTM D lbs min. Seam Slippage** (Woven) ASTM D lbs ¼ Seam Stretchability (Knit) AATCC / ASTM TS-015 <120 gm/m 2 : 35% and/or 6 lb 120 gm/m 2 : 50% and/or 7 lb Component Attachment Strength Refer to protocol 800 Pocket Attachment Strength ASTM D1683 mod <120 gm/m 2 : 35% and/or 6 lb 120 gm/m 2 : 50% and/or 7 lb Note: Please refer to special claims protocol as applicable. **Seam Slippage test the following seams: Tops: Side, Shoulder, Yoke, Armhole, Sleeve, Collar & Pocket Bottoms: Side, Inseam, Back Rise, Crotch, Zipper stress area, all pockets Page 45 of 61 July 2014

46 EU Market Requirements By Request Only or if indicated as Country of Destination Page 1 of 1 EU Market if requested Analytical Azo Colourants EN :2012 / ISO :2010 <30 mg/kg Nickel Spot Test PD CR Negative Nickel Leaching EN1811:2011 / If Requested EN12472:2005+A1:2009 <0.2 µg /cm 2 /week Formaldehyde Spot Test AATCC 94 Negative Formaldehyde Quantitative EN ISO :2011 If Requested or Nylon fiber included <75 mg/kg Sleepwear Flammability Nightwear (Safety Regulations) Comply Fiber Label Verification Determined by general garment testing procedures Comply Care Symbol / Wording Verification Determined by general garment testing procedures Comply Page 46 of 61 July 2014

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