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Zorrel Tri Reg Shirts

Does anyone have one of the Zorrel Tri Reg Cotton shirts with cotton on one side and poly on the other? Zorrel's website seems a little unclear on which styles use this fabric.

I'm interested in how their heaviness compares to the old Hanes SoftLink shirts, which some said were too thick for many of their customers. Also curious if you can sublimate them as the description reads like the poly may be on the inside, which sounds backward to see a design.
 

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Just checking back to see if anyone is familiar with these 2 sided poly / cotton shirts. Thanks.
 

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Thanks FatKat. The online catalog is kind of confusing because although Zorrel's site gives good overall descriptions of their different types of fabrics, it's not clear which shirts are made of which fabrics.

Any other insights out there? Thanks.
 

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Thanks Ron. Does plated mean the same thing as double knit on both sides?

Also wondering about the advantage of putting the cotton outside and poly inside. Besides not being able to sublimate, I'd think the shirt would feel better if cotton was inside against the skin and wick better if poly was outside in the open air.

Anyone know the advantages behind which face shows on which side in a double knit fabric? Maybe someone familiar with the old Hanes SoftLink that had the sides reversed?
 
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