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Polarmax All-Year Gear 365's line for spring 2012
06
Apr '12
Polarmax, technical base layers is proud to announce their line of All Year Gear 365's (AYG-365s) for Spring/Summer 2012. Additions include Polarmax's new proprietary XTRdry cotton, which features the most effective moisture management among performance cotton fabrics.

“The Spring 2012 AYG line is incredibly solid,” said Roger Maxey, National Sales Director for Polarmax. “The vibrant colors, new styles, and our new proprietary XTRdry cotton makes Polarmax products appealing to an even wider range of consumers, through a wider range of seasons.” Maxey continued, “with our XTRdry cotton you get all the benefits of soft and breathable cotton, plus wicking and incredibly fast drying performance, to stay comfortable all day long no matter what your level of activity.”

The new Lightweight XTRdry Cotton fabric weighs a breezy 4.5 oz/sq. yd., with all the breathability and comfort of summer cotton, but with the added performance benefits of a 100% treated wicking and quick drying product.

All Polarmax and AYG women's bottoms feature the patent-pending, XTRdry Cotton crotch panel system with Acclimate Fresh for breathability, anti-odor and anti-microbial protection, as well as moisture management and improved personal hygiene.

Based in West End, North Carolina, Longworth Industries manufactures and markets Polarmax, AYG and XGO technical base-layer apparel. Longworth Industries products are 100% made in the U.S.A.

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