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December 17th, 2007
Delta Galil Leads Textile Industry with Eco Friendly RealCool Cotton Fabric Technology
The idea is simple: the body produces sweat to cool down, and the faster the sweat evaporates, the faster the body cools. RealCool Cotton has been designed to maximize comfort by transporting the moisture to the surface of the fabric, where it can evaporate.
The patented process, which is based on nanotechnology, increases the absorption capacity of cotton while also giving the fabric the wicking properties it needs.
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