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RUNNING SHIRT: WHY IS IT A BIG ADVANTAGE ?

Since you will certainly not only run in good weather, it is important to be prepared for all weather conditions. As with running trousers, running jackets and other functional clothing, there are different types of running T-shirts. These include the classic short-sleeved shirt as well as the long-sleeved shirt. You can wear it as a vest or as a midlayer for the onion principle. But regardless of whether you wear just a top or combine it with several other pieces of clothing, it is mainly about the functionality of the T-shirt.

WHAT KIND OF RUNNING SHIRT SHOULD IT BE ?

A good shirt for running must have certain features to live up to its name. The sporty top should be breathable and have a pleasant moisture management. High-quality tops absorb sweat directly. The body maintains a stable temperature. To ensure this, manufacturers use special materials and technologies in production.

SUMMER AND WINTER - THE RIGHT RUNNING SHIRT FOR ALL WEATHERS

Depending on whether you go running in warm or sub-zero temperatures, you will of course need the right outfit. On warm spring and summer days, a simple running shirt made of high-quality polyester may be sufficient. But as soon as the weather conditions are a bit worse, windproof running T-shirts can make your run more pleasant. Even in icy temperatures and marches in alpine heights, you are always on the safe side with the right running shirt. You don't have to worry about hypothermia or getting wet. Special thermal running T-shirts and the corresponding equipment ensure that you always maintain a stable body temperature.

HOW CAN YOU RECOGNISE A HIGH QUALITY RUNNING SHIRT?

Almost all running T-shirts are made of synthetic fibres. There are also mixed fabrics with merino wool. These running shirts are breathable, moisture-absorbing and of high quality. The small but subtle differences often make the difference and decide which running shirt is right for you. For example, some models have ventilation inserts. These offer you better ventilation while running and thus ensure even better heat regulation. Furthermore, most modern running T-shirts are equipped with UV protection. This is especially necessary in warm temperatures and at high altitudes. So if you are planning to run on the beach, you are well equipped with a running T-shirt plus UV protection.

WHAT MAKES A RUNNING SHIRT SPECIAL ?

Another special feature is the effective reduction of unpleasant body odours. For this purpose, the material is subjected to an antibacterial treatment. This ensures that perspiration odours do not develop in the first place. Otherwise, of course, the focus is on comfort during wear. Good running T-shirts have friction-free seams and are cut in such a way that maximum wearing comfort is guaranteed. To achieve ideal stretch, manufacturers use optimised material mixes. So-called compression T-shirts are somewhat more special. With their close-fitting cut and special reinforcements, they exert pressure on certain parts of the body. This stimulates blood circulation and increases the supply of oxygen to the muscles.

THE ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF RUNNING SHIRTS

To give you an overview, both the positive and the negative aspects are listed below:

ADVANTAGES:

  • Moisture is quickly absorbed and wicked away from the skin
  • dries much faster
  • Adapts to the shape of the body
  • easy to clean
  • stability and durability guaranteed

DISADVANTAGES:

  • at lower temperatures additional clothing is necessary
  • higher purchase costs than for normal T-shirts

CONCLUSION

Convince yourself of the positive effects of a running T-shirt and try it out on your next outing. You will notice that you feel even more comfortable in a running shirt and are capable of even better performance.

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