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Kohl's has for their Cardholders: Men's Tek Gear Performance Full Zip Hoodie for $10 - $3 w/ promo code MOM30 = $7. Shipping is free w/ promo code MAYMVCFREE, otherwise free store pickup is available where stock permits. Thanks daisybeetle

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Kohls has for their Cardholders: Men's Tek Gear Performance Hoodie [kohls.com] $10- 30% off w/ code MOM30 = $7. Shipping is free w/ code MAYMVCFREE, or you can choose free store pickup where available.
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Please do tell how ones 'absorbs' more 'toxic' chemicals?

About all polyester will do is make you sweatier because unlike cotton it won't soak up the sweat. Neither prevents your body from sweating which is the bodies way of cooling itself down, not releasing toxic chemicals.

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Sorry, but yes you are spreading bullcrap. The article does indeed say that clothes have these chemicals, however you are turning around spreading lies that there is a health issue and those chemicals are absorbed into skin.

The study specifically points out that they did not study that - "We must find out if textile chemicals go into our skin and what it means to our health. It is very difficult to assess and requires considerably more research."
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Personally, I put a hoodie on if I'm cold. I doubt I'll be sweating anyway, and if it's that warm it's coming off. I don't get the logic here.
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Easy deal, worked for me!
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Polyester blend
What problem do you have with polyester blend? Just curious...
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The color options are both black colors....I didn't realize there were different versions of black
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In 4 one. good deal . Thanks,
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Polyester does not stretch, does not absorb sweat, does not breathe. ... The more synthetic clothing you wear like polyester, the greater your risk of absorbing toxic chemicals that harm your health. Polyesterl fibers restrict and suffocate your skin — shutting down toxic release.
Please do tell how ones 'absorbs' more 'toxic' chemicals?

About all polyester will do is make you sweatier because unlike cotton it won't soak up the sweat. Neither prevents your body from sweating which is the bodies way of cooling itself down, not releasing toxic chemicals.

Man. The Facebook stay at home mom I read it from another Facebook user disease is now infecting Slickdeals users
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"Ignorance is bliss" MAY 4, 2019

https://www.whowhatwear.com/worst...s-for-skin

Man-made fabrics like acrylic, polyester, rayon, acetate, and nylon are treated with thousands of harmful toxic chemicals during production, according to ScienceDaily. They reported on a study from Stockholm University, in which researchers chose four groups of substances related to health risks and tested them for "occurrence, quantity, toxicity, and how easily they may penetrate the skin." The highest concentrations of two of the substances were found in none other than polyester.

Toxic chemicals aside, synthetic fabrics simply don't breathe, and anyone who's worn polyester on a hot summer day is probably well aware of that. The fabric also traps odors, which Popular Science explained in an article. Not to go into too much gory detail, but skin germs found in sweat feast on chemicals, which synthetic fibers can't absorb, therefore creating an environment for smelly bacteria to grow. All signs point to polyester being the number one worst fabric for skin.
Sorry, but yes you are spreading bullcrap. The article does indeed say that clothes have these chemicals, however you are turning around spreading lies that there is a health issue and those chemicals are absorbed into skin.

The study specifically points out that they did not study that - "We must find out if textile chemicals go into our skin and what it means to our health. It is very difficult to assess and requires considerably more research."
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Polyester does not stretch, does not absorb sweat, does not breathe. ... The more synthetic clothing you wear like polyester, the greater your risk of absorbing toxic chemicals that harm your health. Polyesterl fibers restrict and suffocate your skin — shutting down toxic release.
Personally, I put a hoodie on if I'm cold. I doubt I'll be sweating anyway, and if it's that warm it's coming off. I don't get the logic here.
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Sorry, but yes you are spreading bullcrap. The article does indeed say that clothes have these chemicals, however you are turning around spreading lies that there is a health issue and those chemicals are absorbed into skin.

The study specifically points out that they did not study that - "We must find out if textile chemicals go into our skin and what it means to our health. It is very difficult to assess and requires considerably more research."
Correct. Also, wash before wear to remove toxic chemicals used during production.

FYI, just ordered one. Good deal. Cold weather comes quickly in MN Mad
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