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    I read about them on Kickstarter just after they got their funding. The got something insane like 1400% of their requested funding. Long story short their top of the line shirt uses NASA temperature technology to keep you cool when it's hot out and warm when it's cold. The material works like a battery it will store your heat in it and release it when the ambient temperature drops. This is addition to the typical moisture wicking we see in a lot of clothing now. The deal is that you get $80 credit for $40. This means you can throw $25 on top of that for the top of the line Apollo shirt, $5 for the Agent shirt which is the same but minus the NASA stuff, get 2 of their seamless Atmos t-shirts or $10 and get 3 of their performance base layer t-shirt.


    The link below gets me some credit with TheDailyHookup, I think it's $10 but I haven't referred anybody yet. I will likely be buying one of the Apollo shirt once I get my sizing figured out.


    http://www.thedailyhookup.com/deals/r:redford/city:national


    MoS's website: http://shop.ministryofsupply.com/


    Kickstarter link: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/...f-dress-shirts

    5'8" 155 lbs 39" chest 33" sleeves 33" waist

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    Convincing video, but I tried to Google some reviews but I couldn't find any. Have you seen any?


    It's hard to tell what that fabric really looks like. When they show it stretching it reminds me of lycra spandex.

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      I was thinking about that deal from dailyhookup too. I think I would hedge and just go for the "agent" level though as I'm not willing to risk the extra money on a complete gamble. Unfortunately it is so new, that you are unlikely to find someone that has tried these on in person. Curious what you decide to do.

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        synthetic blend, that sounds expensive...

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          The Apollo shirts will ship in October so I'm doubtful there are many reviews. Only way to see what it is like is to visit their offices in Cambridge, MA I guess.

          5'8" 155 lbs 39" chest 33" sleeves 33" waist

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            I bit the bullet and bought a plain white "agent". If the stain resistance will keep my collar from yellowing it'll become workhorse for me, as I'm in an every day suit and tie line of work.

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