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Tech Mesh & Mossy Oak partner on moisture wicking garments
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Oct '13
Tech Mesh Apparel and Mossy Oak have partnered to offer moisture wicking, breathable garments featuring the Break-Up Infinity camo pattern.

Tech Mesh Apparel is one of the most unique moisture management garments on the market. Through a special blend of polyester and cotton fibers, Tech Mesh naturally wicks away moisture without added wicking agents and chemicals.

By combining these two fibers in a knitted mesh construction, you achieve a fabric that breathes unlike cotton or polyester alone. Tech Mesh offers functionality, durability, breathability and softness.

“We are confident the Tech Mesh product will perform above expectations,” said Gray Adams, Tech Mesh Regional Sales director. “Our quintessential selling points are a product that naturally wicks the moisture away and breathability. These factors are key to performance.”

“This is a very positive move for the company and an exciting time in our growth,” said Adams. “The relocation to Tennessee will aid the company in providing faster turnaround times for our customers and further illustrates our long-term commitment to the business and patrons who have supported us for many years. We are thrilled at being able to showcase a ‘Made in the U.S.A.’ product and continue to provide quality garments that will now be made on our home soil.”

Mossy Oak


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