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Wildlife & Sawtooth tees among new designs & styles in DRI DUCK
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May '10
With the introduction of DRI DUCK's 2010 Spring apparel lineup comes exciting new additions to two of the company's most popular collections. Its best-selling Wildlife Series™ has expanded to include T-shirts featuring original Wildlife designs. In addition, a fisherman's style shirt, aptly named the Angler, joins DRI DUCK's Sawtooth collection of durable work and performance shirts.

“Our spring collection offers something for everyone from active workers to sportsmen to nature lovers,” says Roger Carroll, Vice President of Sales. “It's packed with performance features and one-of-a-kind styles at prices that our customers can really appreciate.”

The company is already experiencing high-demand for the short-sleeved Angler, which is no surprise given the popularity of the Outfitter, its long-sleeved companion. The Angler is an authentic fisherman's shirt with mesh bellowed front utility pockets and vented back with Velcro tab closure. Available in four color choices, The Angler features Teflon coating and UPF 30+ sun protection. “One of the best things about the Angler is its broad market appeal. Outdoor workers love it for its worn-in comfort and performance aspects, while the corporate world finds it a welcome alternative to the typical business casual attire,” says Scott Tubbs, General Manager.

Also part of the Sawtooth collection is another performance-packed option ideal for work or play. The Apex polo-style shirt features the revolutionary 3XDRY technology from Schoeller Technologies. 3XDRY brings together a water-repellant treatment on the outside with unique perspiration absorption qualities on the inside. The end result is a feature-rich fabric that repels water, dirt and stains while drying 6-8 times faster than typical fabrics.

Fans of the Wildlife Series caps will be excited to discover many of its signature hand-drawn wildlife illustrations interpreted on a new line of T-shirts. The collection includes eight highly detailed, oversized screen-printed scenes, including: Buck, Labrador, Bass, Mallard, Eagle, Elk, Walleye, and Mustangs. Each T-shirt is pigment-dyed for a worn-in appearance and made of 100% cotton with a generous fit and stamped neck label for added comfort. In addition, all of the designs allow adequate space for corporate clients looking for logo placement or specialty customization.

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