A sleeve joined to the body of a garment by a long slanting seam starting at the neck and continuing around the armhole. Contrasted to a set-in sleeve.
A sleeve with the armhole line extending from the front and back of the scye to the neckpoint so that the shoulder section is joined to the sleeve crown, eliminating the conventional shoulder and sleeve head seams.(sub category sleeve (clothing))
Sleeve that extends in one piece to the neckline of a coat or sweater with seams from the armhole to the neck, most commonly seen in baseball style t-shirts. -Sometimes misspelled "ranglan.".
A type of sleeve sewn in with seams slanting outward from neck to underarm. The sleeve continues in one piece to the collar so there are no seams at the shoulder, allowing for ease of movement.
The name given to the styling of sleeves where the seams slope downward from the neck to the underarm. The alternative is set-in sleeves where the seam is a straight line down around the arm at the end of the shoulders.
a sleeve that has a slanted seam from the neck to the underarm, and no shoulder seam.
A raglan sleeve is a type of sleeve whose distinguishing characteristic is to extend in one piece fully to the collar, leaving a diagonal seam from armpit to collarbone. It is popular in sports and exercise wear, and named after the 1st Baron Raglan, probably because it was designed to fit his coat for the arm lost in the Battle of Waterloo.