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32 Degrees Men's Heat Fleece 1/4 Zip Top $13, 4-Pack Men's Cool Boxer Brief $16 ($4 each), More + free ship on $24

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They should not be allowed to call 60/40 cotton/poly "cool cotton"
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Quote from nowayman :
They should not be allowed to call 60/40 cotton/poly "cool cotton"
I think its because 'they' say polyester is moisture wicking, and coolness may depend on the concentration? It could depend on other things too (like other fabric combos), but Under Armour has polyester "HeatGear [underarmour.com]" and "ColdGear [underarmour.com]" but it appears the difference is due to density, or something. So if a certain type of polyester were moisture wicking, lightweight, or 'cool', maybe cool cotton wouldnt be a bad name for it?
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Quote from nowayman :
They should not be allowed to call 60/40 cotton/poly "cool cotton"

My thoughts exactly. Will try and rep for that comment.
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Quote from daisybeetle :
I think its because 'they' say polyester is moisture wicking, and coolness may depend on the concentration? It could depend on other things too (like other fabric combos), but Under Armour has polyester "HeatGear [underarmour.com]" and "ColdGear [underarmour.com]" but it appears the difference is due to density, or something. So if a certain type of polyester were moisture wicking, lightweight, or 'cool', maybe cool cotton wouldnt be a bad name for it?

They could call it a miracle fabric, the coolest fabric but it is incorrect to call it cool cotton with that concentration but I get it they need to sell Smilie
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Deal dead? Free shipping is there but the t-shirt price has changed to $5.99
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