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3XDRY optimizes the cooling system of the body
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When working physically hard the muscles generate warmth and heat the body. To cool the body down, one perspires and the sweat that remains on the body evaporates. Due to this “natural cooling system”, the body is protected from over heating. Many functional garments worn close to the body may take away sweat very fast; and then the “natural human cooling system” cannot work appropriately.

Schoeller booth: Hall A4, Booth 413 at Outdoor

The 3XDRY advanced moisture management system quickly transports sweat on a large scale into the middle of the garment's fabric. From there it starts evaporating, creating a comfortable cooling effect. Thus the natural cooling mechanism of the body is supported and optimized. Sweat evaporation is enhanced, the body cooled and the body temperature remains stable, even during hard excercise.

Dry from the inside. Dry from the outside. Dry in a flash. Parallel to this effective Moisture Management, 3XDRY repels dirt and water from outside. Clothing thus equipped also dries much faster in comparison to the same material without 3XDRY, which is specifically helpful for long tours and trips.

The unique 3XDRY effect is durable, washing permanent and can be reactivated repeatedly by heat treatment (with an iron or in the dryer). 3XDRY was developed in Switzerland in accordance to the criteria of the bluesign standard, the world's most stringent production standard for Environment, Health and Safety specifications (EHS) and can be applied by many licensees around the world.

Schoeller Technologies AG

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