What Makes DryWear® Apparel The World’s Best Moisture Management Performance Apparel?
DryWear® Apparel is the highest level of moisture management on the market. DryWear® Apparel’s unique bi-layer fabric construction features TRANSPOR® yarns that relentlessly wicks moisture from the skin one-way only–to the outside layer of the fabric, which then evenly distributes and quickly evaporates the moisture. It continually feels cool next to the skin as it dries effectively on the outside.
How Does DryWear® Apparel Stack Up To Other Moisture Management Apparel?
In head-to-head, independent tests against the leading brands of performance wear, DryWear® Apparel ranked first and blew away the competition, earning more than 900 times the index points for moisture management.
Who is DryWear® Apparel For?
DryWear® Apparel is the driest, most advanced performance apparel designed for elite athletes and those who train like one. Designed for extreme sweat environments!!!
Is DryWear® Apparel American Made?
Yes. All DryWear® Apparel textile is 100% made in USA and is North American Made.
Has DryWear® Apparel Been Tested in Any Other Demanding Environments?
We have also proudly been tested on soldiers in Iraq, Climbers on Mount Kilimanjaro, and explorers in the Antarctic. DryWear ®Apparel keeps you dry in even the most pressing climates.
RAVE REVIEWS FROM OUR CUSTOMERS!!!
The last product I will ever buy. I have worn all major brands of moisture wicking gear and will never buy another shirt. This stuff is amazing, wicks my sweat like a boss, and is extremely comfortable.
-Paul Ten Haken, OCR Competitor
“For years at Mud Run Guide I have been testing gear and apparel I figured it was just another logo slapped on a “tech” shirt. Boy, was I wrong. Not only is (DryWear Apparel) the most comfortable and flexible shirt I’ve ever worn, it wicks sweat better than any fabric I’ve ever worn and is substantial while being light and extremely breathable. I have no idea how the technology works, but it is hands-down the best shirt you will ever wear for training or racing. Period.”
-Brett Stewart, CEO of Mud Run Guide