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Another common concern when comparing OE to RS yarn is the fact that RS yarn is easily placed on a core while OE yarn is not. Core spinning is the process of spinning fibers around a pre-existing yarn core. The core can be comprised of different yarns. For example, a polyester core would add strength to the garment, while an elastic core would allow the garment to stretch. This stretch property is especially important when making modern slim fit and skinny jeans because certain level of stretch often is incorporated for comfort as well as the ability to expand and adjust. The required stretch can be conferred by a spandex core yarn in the center of the cotton. Though this is one of the drawbacks of OE, technology is being developed that enables stretch yarns to be produced on OE spinning machines.
All right. So Jay, we'll go ahead and kind of have that is four questions, and we're going to go ahead and give our views up a little bit. But let's go ahead and start with the share gains, and you're absolutely right. We are gaining share, both from a national branded and also private label. And we're driving that through our first quality goods. I think Tom and Chris both mentioned it. We are designing and building and this is a credit to our team, better product across the globe and also here in North America too and we're gaining share across the wholesale channels. And we really like where we stand right now with our core partnerships and the people that we do business with. So we're really excited about the future in all of our categories. From a digital standpoint, we've talked a lot about the investment that we've made there. But there's a couple of things that I think are really important here from a digital standpoint. We've been investing behind that, we've been investing in the platforms. You saw the gain that we had both on the own.com, we replatformed wrangler.com and lee.com. But I think the thing that's not talked about enough in these types of calls is the fact that you could have a really good platform which we do with higher than incredible team, but we are now starting to put really exceptional product on the sites and we're seeing that take out accelerate that is the critical components. So we put the whole team together, great team, great site, great product, really helping us go forward. So really pleased with that. In addition to that, our digital wholesale business is strong and getting stronger. Again, it goes back to our partnerships that we have with the winning retailers goes back to great product. So really pleased with that, looking forward to the future there. I will tell you this, if you want to talk about what inning it is, I would tell you it's very, very early stages. And the reason I say that is that we came out of the gate from a spend standpoint really at ground zero. No investment in our platform, very few people that were asked to do a lot too much actually until we got a team built around them, a lot of things have happened from an investment standpoint globally in our dot-coms and our own.com and those are just now starting to pay off, and I think that we're really starting to learn what the consumer wants there and what advertising in a significant way digitally and it's hitting specifically from a consumer standpoint. Before I hit capital allocation. I'll just ask if anybody has a comment from Tom or Chris or Rustin on digital? 781b155fdc
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