SmartWeave shirts featured in Metro this week as an ideal shirt for preventing dating disasters. The feature described the SmartWeave technology that spreads sweat finely across a large area which causes it to dry quickly. Now there is no reason to not order that messy favourite dish!
Last month E and T Magazine featured SmartWeave shirts. The feature described the way the shirts prevent sweat stains and said that they were great for people who tend to sweat in a suit!
Last week the life coach for the Evening Standard, Dan Rookwood, recommended SmartWeave shirts as a great way to keep cool on a hot and sweaty commute.
The September issue of Good Housekeeping wanted to put SmartWeave shirts to the test to see if they really do keep your cool and feeling confident. The male and female testers wore the shirts on stuffy commutes, bicycle rides and in conservatories and other than finding the shirts “incredibly breathable and comfortable” they didn’t “stick under arms or on backs- not a sweat patch in sight”. So that’s a thumbs up from Good Housekeeping!
On July 31st, SmartWeave shirts were tried and tested on This Morning to see if they are shirts that do beat sweat. After having a gentleman in a suit run on a treadmill in a normal shirt, then followed by running in a SmartWeave shirt, the sweat patches had a considerable difference in size.
Earlier this month Smartweave shirts featured in the Daily Mail Online. It stated that a woman wore the shirt into an office meeting and found that after wearing the shirt there we “no sweat stains”.
Say goodbye to ruined shirts with a SmartWeave shirt as featured in Daily Star ‘Get the Gear’ today. SmartWeave shirts conceal sweat marks and are the perfect solution for guys who want to stay stylish this summer.