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    Default Lining vs Yonex

    Which clothing is better in terms or comfort, ability to wick away sweat, durability?
    Lining or yonex?

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    √ 90% Polyester fiber + 10% Spandex
    √ moisture evaporates fast, sweat absorbs quickly
    √Weight as light as possible.

    International competitions clothes, is the best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by e1981 View Post
    √ 90% Polyester fiber + 10% Spandex
    √ moisture evaporates fast, sweat absorbs quickly
    √Weight as light as possible.

    International competitions clothes, is the best.
    Lining or yonex?

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    Got pic? Hehe

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    Quote Originally Posted by e1981 View Post
    √ 90% Polyester fiber + 10% Spandex
    √ moisture evaporates fast, sweat absorbs quickly
    √Weight as light as possible.

    International competitions clothes, is the best.
    Where does one get international competition clothing anyway?

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    Li-ning and yonex, I now only Li Ning pictures.

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    Ordinary commercial version price> $ 50 clothes, Comfort + elastic, the quality is also good.

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    I have several yonex and li ning shirts, both are good though personally i prefer the li-ning material. It's generally feels a bit thicker and doesn't crumple as much, seems more durable. As for sweat, i wouldn't know, any shirt will be wet when you play hard/long enough

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    Quote Originally Posted by aiexrlder View Post
    I have several yonex and li ning shirts, both are good though personally i prefer the li-ning material. It's generally feels a bit thicker and doesn't crumple as much, seems more durable. As for sweat, i wouldn't know, any shirt will be wet when you play hard/long enough
    ok thanks, I will try to get a few lining shirts.

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    lining is good rather than the yonex...

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    Mizuno is also quite good..

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    Aren't the moisture wicking tech the same with other brands i.e. addidas, under armour ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by p2user View Post
    Aren't the moisture wicking tech the same with other brands i.e. addidas, under armour ?
    Yup they are pretty much all the same. Basically I would go with whoever has the better design and stitching quality.

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