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Dry Inside for polyester to move moisture away from skin
23
Mar '12
Nano-Tex, a leading fabric innovation company providing Nanotechnology-based textile enhancements, announced an innovative new patented 1-way moisture management technology for polyester that helps keep the wearer dry during exercise or in hot climates, dramatically reducing chafing, clinging and that wet, clammy feeling people experience with traditional moisture wicking technologies.

Dry Inside for polyester is specifically engineered to move moisture in only one direction – away from the skin side of the fabric to the outer surface of the fabric where it then evaporates – keeping the inside surface of the fabric dry and thus the wearer dry and comfortable during their workout.

The Traditional Approach
Traditional moisture management technologies spread moisture across the surface of the fabric in all directions (both inside and out), meaning the wearer is wet until the entire surface of the fabric dries.

The Dry inside Approach
Conversely, Dry Inside instantly and continuously moves moisture from the inside to the outside of the fabric, meaning the wearer stays dry even while the outside of the fabric is wet. This dryness reduces chafing and irritation, minimizes the clammy, wet feeling associated with synthetic activewear, and helps balance body temperate.

The result is a drier and more comfortable workout, or walk in the sunshine.

Nano-Tex is a leading fabric innovation company providing nanotechnology based textile enhancements to the apparel, home and commercial/residential interiors markets.

Nano-Tex

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