Run Dry Women's Running T-Shirt - Blue

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Key feature
Comfortable and breathable with a feminine cut; this T-shirt is ideal for your running sessions.


Why buy this t-shirt?

  • 1- Its perspiration wicking: With its lightweight mesh component that quickly absorbs and wicks away sweat, this t-shirt will be comfortable during sports workouts 
  • 2- Its Cut: With its slim fit that manages to have with plenty of room in the chest, this t-shirt was designed for freedom of movement with the least amount of chaffing possible
  • 3- Visibility: To ensure a minimum level of night-time visibility, this product features a tiny retro-reflective component on the side so that you may be seen from the back and from the front

Products benefits

Moisture management
The fabric wicks perspiration away to keep you dry.
Freedom of movement
Feminine cut with darts on the chest


6 to 22.
Main fabric : 100.0% Polyester (PES)
To assess the perspiration wicking, we carry out a three-phase laboratory test. A drop of water is placed on a fabric sample and we measure: 1/ La vitesse d'absorption sur la face intérieure du tissu 2/ La vitesse de transfert de l'eau vers l'extérieur du tissu 3/ La vitesse de diffusion reflétant la rapidité du séchage
Designed to :
Women running in warm weather
2 years


Maintenance advice
Machine washable at 30°C max. Synthetic cycle. Use liquid detergent. Do not use fabric softener. Do not tumble dry. Do not dry clean. Do not use bleach.

Additional information

Why choose a specific T-shirt for running?
Perspiration is a natural reaction when working out and in hot temperatures. Avoid cotton T-shirts. Cotton does not wick away but rather absorbs perspiration, and doesn't dry quickly, so your skin quickly feels cool. Choosing the appropriate T-shirt will provide you with extra comfort during your workout, regardless of the duration.
Perspiration wicking
This T-shirt is designed to stay dry while you're running. The fabric used absorbs and wicks away perspiration, keeping you drier.

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