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What is "Bi-Swing Back" - Definition & Explanation

A rear insert panel, typically used in jackets. Extra material is gathered or folded to allow more freedom of movement in the shoulder area. Sometimes called an "action back."
A jacket back with deep pleats extending upward to each shoulder for added freedom of movement. Used most frequently for activewear or golf jackets. Also known as a bi-swing back.

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