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    Choose A Sportswear Fabric: Which Are Good And Which Are Worst

    • Author:aungcrown
    • Source:Aung Crown
    • Release on :2020-10-12
    Sportswear is a type of clothing that people wear when they exercise, go for a run, play a sport, etc. It is any clothing worn when you indulge in physical activity. In order to make your workout session comfortable, you need clothing that reduces perspiration and enables you to move swiftly. Hence, sportswear are created with special types of materials. there are many factors to consider when it comes to choosing the appropriate workout clothing that’s best suited for your needs, like breathability, sweat-wicking ability (which means that moisture is pulled away from the body to the front of the garment in order to evaporate faster), comfort level, and even how tight of a fit a garment has on your body.

    Workout Fabrics To Avoid
    First thing’s first when it comes to understanding fitness fabrics: Know which ones to avoid on your next shopping trip. Basic cotton and standard polyester fabric may look innocuous to the naked eye, but these fabrics are the worst when it comes to trapping sweat.

    Cotton absorbs moisture incredibly quickly, which can make a high-intensity workout quickly feel like you’ve jumped into a pool of sweat and cause further skin irritation long after you leave the gym.

    While polyester is a little more breathable than cotton and typically found in most fitness fabrics, it isn’t quite as robust as, say, nylon or other moisture-wicking fabrics. That’s because polyester tends to stink and trap bacteria quicker than other materials and doesn’t dry as rapidly, meaning the bacteria hangs around longer than anyone would like.

    Polyester is better suited for a brisk walk where you’re less likely to sweat, but it should be swapped out for something different when it comes to heavier workouts. So, the next time you’re tempted to grab one of the many t-shirts from your dresser or throwing on the same polyester products you wear on the weekends, think again and swap it out for one of these fabrics instead.

    Quick-dry clothing is anything that dries fast enough to wear the next day. The best quick-dry clothes are worth the extra cash (really), but you don’t have to break the bank to get a few essential pieces that last for years.

    The best sportswear fabrics are quick-drying and durable. Here’s everything you need to know about how quick-dry fabrics work, what to look for when buying quick-dry fabric, and when to get (or not get) quick-dry clothing.

    What is Quick Dry Fabric?
    Most quick-dry fabrics are made from nylon, polyester, or merino wool.

    I judge something to be quick dry if it goes from wet to damp in under thirty minutes and to completely dry within a few hours. Quick-dry clothes should always dry completely when hung overnight.

    Quick-drying clothing is everywhere these days, but synthetic quick-dry clothes are a pretty new invention. Before synthetic fabrics like polyester and nylon, the only option was wool.

    The demand for fast-drying fabrics didn’t really happen until the hiking boom of the 70s when more people hit the trail and discovered that hiking in wet clothes sucks. Even worse, it’s a pain to travel with damp  fabrics that never get dry.

    What Are The Benefits of Quick-Dry sportswear?
    Quick-dry clothes can be expensive, uncomfortable, and pretty dorky looking, so why pay more for something you might not like? Because quick-dry fabrics do one thing really well: moisture-wicking.

    1. Keeps You Warm
    The main purpose of quick-dry clothing is to keep you warm by moving moisture (sweat) away from your skin. We lose a small fraction of our body heat through the air (about two percent), but we lose nearly twenty times that much body heat when we’re submerged in water. It’s why hypothermia sets in so quickly in the ocean.

    Wet clothing increases the rate at which you lose body heat, which can actually be pretty dangerous at colder temperatures. When you work up a sweat hiking on a steep trail, then the temperature plummets at night or at chilly elevations, sweat-soaked damp clothes can be deadly. The faster your clothing wicks moisture away from your skin into the air, the warmer you’ll be.

    2. More Comfortable
    On a less dire note, damp clothes are just plain uncomfortable. Moisture increases friction between the fabric and your skin, which can lead to blisters (wet socks) and rashes (wet pants or wet armpits). Quick-dry clothing can prevent all that by keeping your clothes dry and fitting the way they did when you first bought them.

    3. Easier to Wash
    They’re also much easier to hand wash while you’re on the road, which is important for any traveler who wants to pack light and not bring a ton of clothing. Great travel fabrics and quick-dry clothing allow you to wash your basics at night and have them clean and ready to wear the next morning.

    Sportswear is not created from just one material, but there are multiple options available. You even have a choice to go eco-friendly while you enjoy your sport or a good workout session. You could also get your sportwear customized. To know more about sportswear printing and customization, reach out to AungCrown clothing printing experts.