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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 08-07-2004, 12:42 PM Thread Starter
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I've been wearing UnderArmor for awhile now when I play hockey and now under my leather jacket. 100% polyester works great at "wicking" away moisture, particularly important for cooling when you live in a high-humidity climate like me.

I saw http://www.motorpsycle.com/psycle_skins.asp and was wondering if anyone had experience with them? Their site doesn't say it's made of polyester (kind of a taboo fabric post-leisure suits ), but I'm assuming it is?

Regardless of what it's made of, they've piqued my interest. Anyone have experience with this product?
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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 08-08-2004, 06:53 PM
 
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You'll find that many, many "new" fabrics are just rebadged polyesther.
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Kind of funny considering what they charge for it... at least Under Armour.
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post #4 of 10 (permalink) Old 08-09-2004, 09:00 AM
 
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I know our models looked good in them!
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Yeah, Polyester blends are more and more common..it helps keep the cost of making the item down, but adds a degree of durability to it. Now just be keeping the cost of production down, doenst mean that you get that savings passed on to you though :ack:
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Please no Dont do that to us.
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2WT definately has some hotties
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Yeah That does sound good to me. Does anyone have a napkin or a papertowel for me.
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I've been wearing UnderArmor for awhile now when I play hockey and now under my leather jacket. 100% polyester works great at "wicking" away moisture, particularly important for cooling when you live in a high-humidity climate like me.

I saw http://www.motorpsycle.com/psycle_skins.asp and was wondering if anyone had experience with them? Their site doesn't say it's made of polyester (kind of a taboo fabric post-leisure suits ), but I'm assuming it is?

Regardless of what it's made of, they've piqued my interest. Anyone have experience with this product?
We just picked up their product line. I've heard great things. I just added them to our site.
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