Designed for the ultimate in casual style, Nike Dri – FIT golf shirts include features like stretch fabrics for unrestricted movement, built-in UV protection to shield you from the sun and perforated collars for breathability.
They are definitely more of a slim/athletic fit that is a little tighter around the chest and arms, but I’m not complaining because it just makes highlights your muscles that much more! They do shrink very slightly over time, but not enough to a point it’s very noticeable or uncomfortable.
I’m not saying they run big , but they are roomie. The quality. I have a couple of these shirts from when I golfed in high school (that was 10 years ago) and the shirt still looks great. If you take care of these shirts and follow washing instructions these shirts will last a long time.
It looks like Nike did offer a Dri – Fit Cotton shirt for men. But it doesn’t appear to be generally available any longer. When Nike refers to Dri – Fit , they describe it as a high-performance, microfiber, polyester fabric that wicks sweat away from the body and moves it to the fabric surface, where it evaporates.
Rookie. Court_Jester said: Cotton soaks up sweat and keeps it whereas dri – fit polyester allows the sweat to evaporate much more readily, hence giving you a dry feeling shirt. IMO, dri – fit shirts are far superior to cotton and so worth their price.
Ideally, a polo shirt should be slim fitting with fitted sleeves that reach about halfway between the shoulder and the elbow. As mentioned, you can if you can slide a finger between the sleeve and your skin with ease you’re on the right track. Any less room and it’s too tight, any more room and it’s too loose.
Yes I agree Nike clothes run big in size. I have to get a size smaller than what I get in other brands of clothes .
How does it work ? Instead of trapping sweat and moisture in the garment, Dri – FIT pushes sweat away from the body and onto its surface, where it is then evaporated. The result is a dry and comfortable feeling that allows for a free range of motion.
If it’s made from natural fibers, wash it and then, while it’s still wet, carefully stretch it in all directions equally. Then let it dry naturally or on low heat. Leave the item stretched over something for 24 hours, or even up to several days. Leave it in a warm area, as the heat will help the stretching.
Dri Fit is Nike , they tend to have less vanity sized clothes, so a medium is probably smaller than you might expect. Dri Fit is just a type of fabric, it can fit however it’s cut or however you want to wear it.
4.8. Runs small Rating of 1 means Runs small Runs big.
1. Large Front Graphics. If you want a nice, big graphic, 11 to 13 inches is typically the size of what you’ll print on the shirt , depending on the size of your shirt . The longest side of a sheet of paper is 11 inches long, giving you a nice visual representation of how large your graphic may look on a shirt .
Nike Dri – FIT is a polyester fabric which transports sweat, heat and moisture away from the skin to the outside of the garment where it evaporates, keeping you dry and comfortable.
If you really must run in the hot weather (or cold weather, in fact) our advice is to wear Nike Dri – Fit . It’s a high-performance microfibre polyester fabric that moves sweat away from the body to the fabric surface, where it evaporates.
According to some sports brand sources, Dri – Fit outfits are made to fit the form of an athlete and brings the sweat up from the skin to the surface, keeping the athlete’s body dry . A boon especially when you get involved in a sport that results in you sweating like crazy.