Our uniform has simple lines, invoking the team's mascot and paying homage to the great teams of past generations.
Our jersey is made of dri-fit interlock : it is lighter and thinner than pure viscose with a smooth surface.
We keep hearing the words Dri-Fit amongst our fellow players and sports friends, claiming how good it is especially in our kind of weather. It keeps them dry and comfortable while they work out, keeping their bodies cool and feeling fresh.
But while we keep hearing about this wonderful product, do we know what it is exactly? According to some sports brand sources, Dri-Fit outfits are made to fit the form of an athlete and bring 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 a lot.
Why not cotton?
Cotton is comfortable and works well for about 15 to 20 minutes before it starts absorbing too much sweat and gets heavy, with your body coated in almost the same amount of sweat as well.
Dri-Fit, on the other hand, soaks up the sweat and before you start thinking, “It’s the same as cotton oh my goodness!”, it gets sucked up to the surface and leaves your body feeling dry and clean. The Dri-Fit top remains light and continues performing throughout your exercise regimen.
Dri-fit is a brand name. Other brandings are climalite, climacool, vapour x-temp, heatgear threadbare. The generic term is microfiber polyster. It is weaved and/or layered in a way that it enhances moister / sweat wicking.
To be considered microfiber, the threading has to be less than one denier, which is benchmarked off of silk - microfiber is finer than silk. One denier polyester threading is 10 micrometers (microns) thick. A 9000 meter long single thread of one denier polyester weighs just one gram. A human hair is 20 denier.
The good news? Dri-fit can be made from 100% recycled material.
We are not just a team, we are one world.