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Men's AIRISM Apparel: Crew & V-Neck Tees, Boxer Briefs EXPIRED

Oski1981 1,335 4,377 April 22, 2016 at 03:33 PM in Clothing, Shoes & Accessories (4) More UNIQLO Deals
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Promoted 04-23-2016 by johnny_miller at 12:26 AM View Original Post
UNIQLO has great prices on Men's AIRISM Apparel listed below for $7.90 each. Shipping is $5 flat-rate. Thanks Oski1981

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Anyone try this style of shirt before? Any fitting suggestions?
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Last edited by gobike123 April 22, 2016 at 04:41 PM
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Anyone try this style of shirt before? Any fitting suggestions?
I think these are the best shirts you can buy. Very cool in the summer.

For the fit, I find them small. They fit slim. I'd recommend buying a size larger than you would buy for a regular t-shirt.

It might be based on your preferences. I like my clothes to fit loose. I normally buy an XL t-shirt, so for Airsim I buy XXL. It's a bit long, but I find an Airism XL too tight around my chest and the sleeves small on my arms.
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I recently gave the Airism boxer briefs a try and like them a lot. The shipping is equal to the discount though (if only getting one item). Good deal if you're getting multiple items, I haven't seen them on sale before.
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Uniqlo shirts have always been my favorite. Extremely comfortable and they are very cool in the summer
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ah shipping kills the deal if you need only a couple.
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I was going to post it. Airism shirt never go on sale, so if you want some high performance garment comparable to Nike Dri-Fit, it's a good time to get a couple.

For people who are choosing between the non mesh version and the mes version. The mesh version is about 30% lighter and have less material. I prefer the regular version because the sweat wicking power is stronger.

Why I prefer the Airism shirt over NIke Dri-Fit:
* Uniqlo is unbranded outside, I don't want to wear a giant Nike logo or a HUGE Under Armor logo all thr time
* It's normal loose fit. Nike only make loose fit for their lower quality stuff. All the better stuff (i.e. Pro Combat or whatever) are in super tight athetic fit
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Last edited by TinoTino123456 April 22, 2016 at 07:22 PM
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I was going to post it. Airism shirt never go on sale, so if you want some high performance garment comparable to Nike Dri-Fit, it's a good time to get a couple.

For people who are choosing between the non mesh version and the mes version. The mesh version is about 30% lighter and have less material. I prefer the regular version because the sweat wicking power is stronger.

Why I prefer the Airism shirt over NIke Dri-Fit:
* Uniqlo is unbranded outside, I don't want to wear a giant Nike logo or a HUGE Under Armor logo all thr time
* It's normal loose fit. Nike only make loose fit for their lower quality stuff. All the better stuff (i.e. Pro Combat or whatever) are in super tight athetic fit
Non-mesh wicks better, but does it dry as quick as the mesh?
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Non-mesh wicks better, but does it dry as quick as the mesh?
If you are going to sweat in a run/walk/hike, you want the regular version.

If you wash they in the middle of the day and let them dry out. I find they dry out equally fast in 8-10 hours.

The mesh probably feels slightly more like cotton compare to the regular.
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If you are going to sweat in a run/walk/hike, you want the regular version.

If you wash they in the middle of the day and let them dry out. I find they dry out equally fast in 8-10 hours.

The mesh probably feels slightly more like cotton compare to the regular.
Interesting... I'm getting conflicting opinions from reddit and other sources. Is it possible that the non-mesh seems to wick better because you're sweating more when wearing it vs. the mesh?
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Interesting... I'm getting conflicting opinions from reddit and other sources. Is it possible that the non-mesh seems to wick better because you're sweating more when wearing it vs. the mesh?
No it transport sweat out of your skin faster than the mesh version. And it sucks more water (I sweat alot in the summer).

I expected the mesh version dry faster too but its not the case.

Just get 3 of each and try them yourself. I completely replaced all my t-shirts and boxer briefs with Airism. That's why I am not buying any this time.
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No it transport sweat out of your skin faster than the mesh version. And it sucks more water (I sweat alot in the summer).

I expected the mesh version dry faster too but its not the case.

Just get 3 of each and try them yourself. I completely replaced all my t-shirts and boxer briefs with Airism. That's why I am not buying any this time.
Yeah that's what I'm planning to do, thanks for the help.
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Anyone try this style of shirt before? Any fitting suggestions?
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I think these are the best shirts you can buy. Very cool in the summer.

For the fit, I find them small. They fit slim. I'd recommend buying a size larger than you would buy for a regular t-shirt.

It might be based on your preferences. I like my clothes to fit loose. I normally buy an XL t-shirt, so for Airsim I buy XXL. It's a bit long, but I find an Airism XL too tight around my chest and the sleeves small on my arms.
I had just the opposite experience. I am between L and XL and I went with an XL t-shirt and it was way too big. I'm usually XL in Uniqlo.
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i should mention airism stuff is quite thin compared to dri fit. and uniqlo sizing varies widely so order at your own risk.

i pesronally wear XL for most things and L fits well for airism
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