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MENHALLS SparkPoints: (31,663)
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6/10/12 6:43 P

Thanks for the info on drip dri. So important this time of year.

I'm a big fan of Nike's and also Under Armour. I bought a bright yellow UA shirt that I like to wear when I'm running on highways or at dusk.

BRENNA84 SparkPoints: (51,148)
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6/10/12 5:51 P

wow. thanx. that really helps a lot

JENNYLT1 SparkPoints: (25,243)
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6/9/12 6:21 P

Nike, Lululemon, and Moving Comfort. If you're on a budget, Champion (at Target).

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6/9/12 5:31 P

Lululemon and Nike

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6/9/12 4:12 P

thanx. I can get quite dripping wet when I belly dance and its not good to stay wet. so thats nice.

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6/9/12 3:38 P

Champion Gear, which I buy at Target has treated me well but most of my moisture wicking tops are the shirts I earn racing. I wear them proudly.

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6/9/12 12:38 P

I previously would have said merino wool, but I chafed my armpits off last weekend wearing a wool shirt, so I'll have to say lululemon.

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6/9/12 8:52 A

I don't think I've found a favorite yet... I have a couple of different brands and I like all of them so far!

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6/9/12 2:25 A

Nike and Cassall drip dry.. On a hot day wash em and they are dry in hour.. Also long distance they don't stay dripping wet. Moisture evaporates..



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6/9/12 2:20 A

I've noticed theres quite the variety now - so what are your guys fav moisture wicking fit gear?

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