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TransDRY brings Tech and Style to cotton
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May '11
PUMA Golf and Cotton Incorporated have partnered to create a series of PUMA Golf performance shirts featuring TransDRY technology, a moisture management system that wicks away moisture and spreads it for faster drying and less cling to the body. Rickie Fowler sported one of the new styles, the Golf TransDRY 18 Hole Polo, during his Thursday round at The Players Championship in Florida last week.

The TransDRY moisture management system turns cotton into a performance fabric while maintaining the original breathability and comfort of cotton. By applying the technology at the yarn stage, PUMA Golf TransDRY styles reduce cotton absorbency capacity and overall drying time by 50% and doesn't wash away like a topical treatment.

The new treatment wicks moisture from the inside of the shirt to the outside, benefiting the golfer by keeping the inside of the garment dry and less saturated; simultaneously, the treatment spreads the moisture horizontally, allowing for a faster drying time.

PUMA Golf

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