Reviewed by VTVolk from Vermont on Tuesday, June 21, 2011
This is one of the nicest wicking t-shirts I own. It breathes, wicks, and dries as good or better then any out there that I've tried. The cut is a little on the baggy side, but really comfortable. The fabric is the shirt's greatest asset. It is super tech, but doesn't scream out "hey, I'm a gear ...
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Reviewed by LHB from Texas on Wednesday, May 18, 2016
I think I have owned a few pair of every high end T-Shirt around but these are the best for two reasons, besides their incredible low price at Sierra Trading Post.
First, the sizing is perfect. I don't understand the warning in the product description. If anything the Large is slightly on the small side for a large but I would order your normal size and be assured that it will be right on. I am 190 lbs. and 5'10" and the Large fits perfectly as both an undershirt and a fashionable layer if you like shirt jacks. Not too tight and not too loose. Just right.
Second, I have never owned a shirt of any kind that one could wear as long as this one without having to wash it. I can easily wear one shirt through 3 days in the Texas summer without having to wash it and when I do it comes out smelling brand new.. As a matter of fact, I think so highly of them that I just ordered 6 more of them! I like the black and grey the best.
From top to bottom Terramar undergarments are the best I have ever used. Very highest recommendation!
I wondered the same thing, and just looked at the one 'Terramar Body-Sensors' tee I have, and compared it to the pic and description of this 'Terramar Dri-Release' tee. I am pretty sure that they are the same shirt, now advertised under a different name. Reasons: both are 85 / 15 poly/cotton; both are made in Honduras; pic looks same; and the clencher, the Body-Sensor tee I have has "Dri-Release" in very small print on the shirt itself. I am going to order some myself, in the hope that it is the same shirt. FYI - I highly recommend the Terramar Helix also, as a wicking / sweat difusing tee. But it has a 'thermal' look, so not as good if it shows under a business casual shirt. Also that weave tends to pull more. But still great as a 'performance' material shirt = does not stay sweat soaked. A long term wool and cotton guy, I am slowly becoming a convert.
Answered on 7/10/2015 8:42:00 AM by STP Fan from Pocono Mts of PA
There is a difference in fabric. The Terramar Dri-Release T-Shirt is made from 85% polyester and 15% cotton. The Terramar Coolmax is made of 100% polyester. The Sierra Trading Post sells both shirts.
Answered on 8/29/2011 12:00:00 AM by Anonymous from None