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Bogner uses 3XDRY effect for summer collection
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May '10
Golfers are always hoping for good weather. But when the sun really beats down, extreme demands are made of the body. The golfer begins to perspire and feels increasingly uncomfortable. Studies have shown that when perspiration causes a fluid loss as low as just 2% of body weight, performance capacity drops by up to 20%. The corresponding result is a decrease in stamina and concentration. Over 18 holes, this can have a drastic effect on a handicap.

The 3XDRY technology from Schoeller supports a player's overall wellbeing, as perspiration is immediately transported away from the body and distributed widely across his clothing. As a result, the moisture can evaporate very quickly and close to the body, supporting the body's natural cooling function, therefore reducing perspiration The natural cooling effect of 3XDRY ensures greater wellbeing and sustained energy. Also, the unpleasant feeling of a shirt sticking to the skin occurs less frequently and disagreeable perspiration marks are practically invisible from the outside. For several years, now Bogner has been successfully availing of this effect in various golf shirts.

Dry from the inside, dry from the outside, dry in a flash: Textiles with a 3XDRY finish are both hydrophobic and hydrophilic and dry faster after washing. The high level of functionality remains intact even after 50 wash cycles and can be reactivated as needed time and again through heat treatment (ironing or tumble drying).

Schoeller Technologies AG

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