NEW ULTRA-BREATHABLE TECHNOLOGY
Did you know:
Microfiber is a polyester filament with a strand thickness less than one denier – or about 1/100th the thickness of a human hair. Microfiber yarn is produced by spinning varying amounts of these fine filaments to form a single yarn.
While cotton absorbs moisture in the molecular structure of the yarn, microfiber does not absorb moisture. It moves moisture through the knit structure by capillary action, pulling it from the skin and dispersing it on the surface where air will evaporate it.
A long-distance runner will perspire more than one liter (quart) of moisture every twenty minutes in a marathon. Microfibers effectively transport this moisture away from the skin keeping the wearer cooler and drier.