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I second the vote for prowick, I usually buy 2 or 3 shirts when I come across a sale they're having. Regular price is a little too much for me. By far, the absolute best hot weather shirt I've worn is the ProwiK.

I'm a sweaty person in general, it's kinda like a hobby of mine, cotton t-shirts just don't cut it and they stick to your skin getting cold after the sun goes down and never dry out. I don't know what kind of weave they use, but it's the most comfortable shirt I've ever worn. I have 3 prowiks and a dryshirt. Although I'm not as impressed w/ the dry shirt. Although I do like their customer service, they also sponsor Sailing Anarchy, and the sailors from Morning Light the movie.
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