The home textile industry is in trouble.
Home textiles cost more than other apparel and footwear categories.
But in this case, the home textil industry has a savior in a $5,000 product called Havlu Home Textile.
The product has been out for more than two years, and now it’s on sale in the U.S. for $5.99.
It’s also available in Canada for $6.99 per pair.
HAVLU has been making home textils since 2007, when it was acquired by the company that now owns the company behind it.
The company’s products are sold in stores in the United States, Canada, and Europe.
“The majority of consumers are not buying these products because they’re cheaper than other brands,” said HAVLI’s President and CEO Michael Cramer.
“The market has changed.
And the market is changing rapidly.
And consumers are finding it’s cheaper.”
The Havlu home textile is made from a proprietary blend of silk and polyester that is dyed green to blend with the natural tones of the trees and foliage of the forest.
The fibers are woven into patterns that can be worn as sweaters, coats, and accessories.
It is not a sewing machine.
Instead, the Havlu brand offers a variety of textiles for both men and women.
The new home textili, for example, features two different colors for each of the different seasons.
The fabrics are made of polyester, silk, and nylon and are made in large quantities.
Havlu Home is a division of HAVLYL, the world’s largest home textiling manufacturer.
Havlu has been selling textiles to consumers since 2007.
HVLT recently closed a $4.5 million acquisition that also includes Home TextiS, the division that makes the Havlur Home Textil.
“Havlur is a pioneer in home textiled fabric and we are proud to continue to provide this quality product to our customers in the years to come,” said Cramer in a statement.