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January 18th, 2005
You can buy apparel that battles bugs, fights the sun's UV rays, tackles icky perspiration stains, repels water and red wine while resisting wrinkling.
There are jackets wired for your MP3 player and sporting a fabric keypad on the sleeve. There are clothes that tame the human scent of hunters. And by February, women will be able to shop for camisoles that soothe with aloe vera.
Do they work? Apparently they do.
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