EMS Men's Techwick Impulse Crew, S/SAccelerate and stay dry with Techwick Impulse. Geared with stretch mesh panels to enhance breathability and mobility, this moisture-wicking, quick-drying crew is ideal for running and other sweat-inducing activities.
- Body fabric made from soft, lightweight small-hole mesh polyester
- Underarm, side, front and back shoulder panels made from polyester mesh with stretch spandex for enhanced breathability and mobility
- Superior wicking—engineered to pull sweat away from your skin so you stay drier and more comfortable
- Dries quickly—the faster your garment dries, the better you perform
- Mechanical stretch provides freedom of movement
- Treated for odor resistance
- Flatlock seams for nonchafing comfort and a smooth fit—no side seams or sleeve seams under the arms
- Reflective logos on sleeves
- Short sleeves and straight hem
- Front length/medium: 28.5 in.
Fiber Content: Body: 100% polyester; Panels: 91% polyester, 9% spandex
Country of Origin: Imported
EMS Men's Techwick Impulse Crew, S/S
Fabric(s) Synthetic Sleeve Length Short-Sleeve
Reviewed by 1 customer
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- It's orange
- It Wicks
- Sweat Doesn't Evaporate
- Sitting around
Comments about Eastern Mountain Sports EMS Men's Techwick Impulse Crew, S/S:
This Techwick shirt wicks sweat off your body like a banshee. This thing is a freakin' sponge. The problem is the sweat doesn't leave the shirt. I hiked up Moat Mountain South last weekend and the shirt took on a couple pounds of sweat before I was halfway up. Maybe the humidity was at that critical point, and I was under tree cover and therefore protected by the wind, but with that much sweat coating my upper body and not evaporating, my own body heat really bogged me down. When I got to the summit, I took the shirt off and draped it over a bush to dry it out in the sun. An hour later, it was still wet. This shirt is really no better, and maybe worse, than wearing a cotton t-shirt. As a point of reference, I also own a North Face GTD shirt and that one works beautifully. Sorry, Techwick. This shirt is a fail.
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