Coolmax

Coolmax, a trademark of Invista, is a brand name for a series of moisture-wicking technical fabrics developed in 1986 by DuPont Textiles and Interiors (now Invista). The fabrics employ specially-engineered polyester fibres to improve `breathability` compared to natural fibres like cotton. `Wick away` or `wickaway` is a general term used for ...
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Coolmax

A polyester fiber designed to move moisture away from the body and out onto the surface of the garment for quick absorption. This leaves the wearer feeling cooler and dryer. Coolmax is also fast drying, resists fading, and doesn
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CoolMax

CoolMax is a performance fabric which includes a fibre-based moisture management system. The system moves moisture away from the body and through the fabric where it can quickly evaporate.
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Coolmax

DuPont's naturally hydrophobic polyester with fiber cross sections that yield strong wicking ability. Often used in outerwear linings and light layering garments.
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Coolmax

Made from four channel polyester fibres with irregular shapes and a wide surface area. Extremely high wicking and fast drying.
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