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 twocorgis from Long Island on Sunday, August 14, 2016
I detest hot weather, and find that these and other synthetic "wicking" shirts help a lot. these actually have 15% cotton content, but seem to do a good job of regulating your body temperature when it gets really hot, or about as well as possible anyway, and far superior to all cotton shirts. these are well made, true to size, and machine was beautifully. Highly recommended!
Reviewed by mattleonard from Oakland, CA on Monday, August 8, 2016
I own a slew of wicking shirts - Patagonia Capilene, North Face, Mountain Hardwear etc. This is easily the best-fitting shirt I own, really comfortable, and performs as well as any of the other big brands. I'm 6', about 205 lbs and a large was perfect. it's slim fitting but not in an awkward or showy way. Great shirt, buying a few more!
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