TACTICAL RESPONSE UNIFORM® (T.R.U.®) PANTS
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DRIRELEASE® SHORT SLEEVE T-SHIRT
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The ultimate baselayer garment is here. Provides superior wicking and fast drying capabilities that pull moisture and perspiration away from the skin for improved evaporation that dries 4x faster than cotton. The polyester cotton blend fabric provides a natural feel with a touch of stretch that regulates skin temperature, providing up to a 7º cooler body than other fibers or treatments along with an environmentally friendly FreshGuard® treatment for a built-in natural odor neutralizing system. drirelease® performance won’t wash or wear out over time and the pill and wrinkle resistant fabric makes the shirts virtually worry free.;
Small - 3XLarge
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Posted: April 9, 2018
Location: CAPerfect for traveling in the tropics or desert. Folds or rolls up tight, packs light, washes in a sink easily and drip dries ovenight.
Posted: September 16, 2016
Reviewer: Richard Curren
Location: SCThis shirt really is awesome! I much prefer it over the typical cotton shirts that I have as this shirt never feels sweaty or wet even after a long day. Great to sleep in also!
Posted: September 4, 2016
Location: FLThese T-shirts are great. I work outdoors in Florida. I sweat a lot. These t-shirts make life a whole lot less damp and miserable. I highly recommend them.
Posted: August 17, 2016
Location: MDI recently took a bit of a chance and bought two of these new shirts without any reviews. Tru Spec makes the best pants I've ever owned, and I need better shirts, so why not? At first the seams were a little itchy, but I washed them on Delicates and hang-dried a few times, and although I'm still aware of the seams when I'm relaxing, they aren't bothersome anymore. I wouldn't wear these around the house, but I doubt I'll wear anything else on the trail. A week ago I wore one and walked about 10mi with a 45lbs pack in temperatures a little over 90F. Normally I would have needed several long breaks (I'm used to the cold), but wearing this shirt I was able to stay cool enough to trudge the whole way. I also never had any problems with it bunching up - I'm sure it did, but it didn't chafe like my normal shirts. These can get a bit chilly though. They dry faster than regular cotton, but they just don't insulate, so you'll definitely want a jacket or something handy if temperatures drop. To sum up my opinion, I've decided to buy two more.
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