Adidas Climalite T-shirt

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  1. 300Gkid

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    Has anyone had this shirt, im thinking about buying a couple considering they are about 8 bucks cheaper than the next "breathing" tennis shirt (nike dri-fit). What are the differences between this and those. I know this is only 85% poly but does that make a big difference and how is the quality of it?
     
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  2. 300Gkid

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    anyone????
     
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  3. goblake14

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    100%polyester will be the most breathable...the more cotton, the less breathable.
     
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    So are these t-shirts less susceptible to color fade and wrinkling? :)
     
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    Indeed, I have found that total polyester shirts are much less susceptible to wrinkling/fading and in addition because they are so thin, they pack up in a bag really well.
     
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  6. FuriousYellow

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    If it's the same one I'm thinking of (around 15 bucks), I bought one a few months ago, but haven't worn it yet. The material is heavy, almost like a regular cotton t-shirt, not lightweight like their competition crews. I don't know if it was meant to be worn in winter/spring and the ones they have now with 'adidas' or 'aces' written across the chest in large letters are for spring/summer.

    Also, the one I got was also small for a size Large. It looks like a medium especially in the chest and shoulders.
     
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