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September 19th, 2006

Cutter & Buck Introduces Exclusive Performance Apparel

Cutter & Buck (Nasdaq:CBUK), an upscale golf-inspired sportswear and outerwear brand, has gone nuts over tech, literally. The other newcomer to CBUK's performance offerings is NanoTex Coolest Comfort(TM), which delivers enhanced performance through advanced moisture wicking. NanoTex uses nanotechnology to transform the molecular structures of fibers, resulting in fabrics that draw moisture away from the skin, balance body temperature, retain softness and create natural breathability. NanoTex(TM) technology will also be introduced in the Cutter Performance Pant constructed from breathable NanoTex(TM) easy care fabric that resists spills and wrinkles in a comfortable stretch fit.


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