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- Polyester 92%, Spandex 8%
- Designed for all seasons(training, baseball, basketball, soccer, American football, NFL, Squat, weight training, cycle, yoga, rashguard, skiing, snowboarding, all weather sports)
- Moisture Sensing/Quick time Dry/TWC-WAY Air Circulatio
- Cool in Summer and heat retention in winte
- Perfect option during various indoor activities and outdoor excursion
- Polyester 92%, Spandex 8%
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Fabric- Water Diffusivity laer/Water metastases layer/Water absorption layer.Moisture Sensing
Quick time Dry/TWC-WAY Air Circulatio,Cool in Summer and heat retention in winter.
UVA/UVB Protection - DRSKIN compressoin protects your skin from UVA/UVB radiation during your outdoor workout
Provides excellent comfort and seamless feel protection
Promotoes recovery after hard workouts, helps to control blood flow and prevents soreness
Repels unpleasant smells left behind from dirt and sweat.
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- ASIN: B06Y1LXHTH
- Date first available at Amazon.com: April 18, 2016
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In the Tesla shirts, I require a 2XL and that's just as snug as the Drskin. The sleveless Drskin shirts are cut in a bit on the arms and show a little more arm than the Tesla sleeveless shirts and the collars on the Drskin are a bit higher. The Drskin shirts are couple of bucks cheaper. They launder and dry fast and have had good durability so far.
In summary, I'll buy the Drskin shirts rather in the future than the Tesla shirts for better price, fit and because I don't own a Tesla. If you can afford a Tesla, you don't care if their shirts cost more and you'll like having the name on the front.
I have a full long sleeve/pant base layer set of Dr. Skin brand I have used with winter activities.. Thus I am in a position to comment on Dr. Skin quality overall. Moisture wicking is great and along this lines, I feel the tight compression fit is the way to go for full effect of pulling sweat from skin. This tank top seems to have same fit/feel/quality so I can't see why I would not get great results when I put these to the test.
I wear medium, I like fitted type clothing in general, not loose/baggy or tight, just right.. Thus this is how a medium shirt will normally fit me. This tank top is a compression tank top and thus it is skin tight, the way I like my base layers to be underneath my clothing... Some reviewers say it's too small.. I would say, get your normal size and realize this is a SKIN TIGHT fit, intentionally.. If you don't want a skin tight base layer, I would say don't get this at all... I think you are missing the point if you get this product one or two sizes up and have a loose fit.
My husband wears this for lifting/cross-training as well as a base layer when he bikes. Overall he likes it, but arm holes are a little tight/restrictive. He purposely stretched it the arm holes to his satisfaction and now is one of his regular shirts.
DRSKIN Compression Tight Pants or Shirts Base Layer Running Leggings Men (SMGY32, 3XL)
If you're extra picky about sizing, you should just go to Wal-Mart. They have similar shirts for a similar price and you can try them on.
a perforated shirt; plus there's no notable compression effect whatsoever!
Though the shirt fails to keep up with its original intended purpose, it makes for a great casual wear shirt. I'D GIVE THIS SHIRT FIVE STARS IF not the for the vague uninformative description.