Performance Wear – the new comfort polo shirt and active wear t-shirt that is not sweating it’s rival cotton competitor
Unlike the days of yester-year where “poly” was considered the “no-no” of clothing material, where as it was considered the lesser of the two. Cotton being the quality product, poly products have now found there place in the market and is making huge strides to the forefront in multiple applications.
Q: Are all performance wear garments made the same?
A: There are different ways to add moisture-wicking properties to a garment. You can do it by treating the yarn before it’s cut and sewn. This is the highest quality, and you will get anywhere from 30 to 50 washes with this method. The less-expensive treatments are done to finished garments, and this technique may last for 15 to 20 washes. The poorest quality may last only five washes, so all treatments are not created equal.