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lycra vs. polyurethane in the A's

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I have two pair's of 7 fam A's....one of lycra/cotton and the other polyurethane/cotton and they fit so different. Should I have gone down a size in the poly .....does it seem to stretch more?

What do you all perfer poly or lycra? or the 100% in your A's?
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I don't have a lycra A pocket, but my lycra bootcut seems to stretch more than my A pocket poly. In my experience, poly is a bit stiffer and stretch less than lycra. Although i like the feel of lycra (it stretches too much and end up being saggy on me) so i prefer the poly stretch and 100% cotton. I feel that the 100% cotton A pockets make my butt look its best, perkier than with 2% poly so I like cotton best. That's just me though, I feel that 100% cotton are more flattering in general.
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I really am more a fan of Polyurethane than of Lycra. The polyurethane's fit me better, but I am willing to deal with lycra for a good enough price. If rigid a's fit me (they are too big in the thighs) then I would like those best, I like the feel of rigid denim, but it never fits me. Lyrcra feels nicer, but it stretches a lot more IMO and polyurethane holds it shape better IMO. But if you can wear rigids, they're your best bet!
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