adidas Men's Techfit Cut & Sew Short-Sleeve Top
adidas Men's Techfit Cut & Sew Short-Sleeve Top
adidas Men's Techfit Cut & Sew Short-Sleeve Top

adidas Men's Techfit Cut & Sew Short-Sleeve Top (Collegiate Navy, Large)

Product ID : 6366544

Galleon Product ID 6366544
UPC / ISBN 884895746294
Shipping Weight 0.4 lbs
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Model P92278-L
Manufacturer Adidas
Shipping Dimension 6.61 x 2.01 x 1.42 inches
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adidas Men's Techfit Cut & Sew Short-Sleeve Top Features

  • 84% polyester | 16% spandex single jersey.

  • flatlock seaming


  • Machine wash

  • China

About Adidas Men's Techfit Cut & Sew Short-Sleeve Top

Product Description CLIMALITE compression short-sleeve top. Seamsoft thread with flatlock seaming for nonabrasive fit on body. Heat transfer adidas TECHFIT logo at center chest. CLIMALITE heat transfer on the upper back neck. UPF 50+ protection. NCAA/NFHS compliant. Amazon.com Tackle your next workout with gusto when you wear this adidas Techfit compression short-sleeve shirt for men. It features an adidas TECHFIT design, which aligns your muscles' energy to produce maximum explosiveness, speed and endurance. It's constructed of 100 percent polyester with adidas CLIMALITE fabric, which pulls away perspiration to keep you dry and comfortable. Other features include sun protection with a UPF 50+ and compliance with NCAA/NFHS regulations. It's complemented by piping accents and an adidas logo in the center of the chest. Machine wash warm and tumble dry low.About adidasThe vision of company founder Adolf Dassler has long become reality, and his corporate philosophy the guiding principle for successor generations. The idea was as simple as it was brilliant. Adi Dassler's aim was to provide every athlete with the best possible equipment. It all began in 1920, when Adi Dassler made his first shoes using the few materials available after the First World War.The adidas name dates back to 1948, deriving from the first two syllables of Adi Dassler's first and last name. One year later, Adi Dassler registered the Three Stripes as a trademark. After a period spanning almost 70 years, the Dassler Family withdrew from the company in 1989, and the enterprise was transformed into a corporation ("Aktiengesellschaft"). French-born Robert Louis-Dreyfus was Chairman of the Executive Board from April 1993 to March 2001. It was he who initiated adidas' flotation on the stock market in November 1995. adidas--a name that stands for competence in all sectors of sport around the globe. Today, the adidas product range extends from shoes, apparel and accessories for basketball, soccer, fitness and training to adventure, trail and golf.