Nike Dri-Fit uses “high-tech proprietary fabric”, which is developed and pattended by Nike to wicker the moisture away from your skin. The material is 62 percent cotton, 34 percent polyester and 4 percent spandex, while competitors like Adidas and Reebok have 100 percent polyester products claiming to serve the same purpose.Under Armor also offers dry and cool clothing although I am not very familiar with that.
I think the main difference is the materials used and how they are combined (if more than one). I believe most of them do the same thing, although I have not tried them all so I can’t say for sure. What is important is that the material allows for ventilation.
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