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    Cool Summer clothes?

    What type of T-shirts do you guys wear in summer time to keep your body cool? What colors and materials are preferred for summer season? I wear blue T-shirt with white removable long sleeves. I like blue colors because it hides the oil spots and dirt, but it does not reject the heat well. What do you guys prefer? Feedbacks are highly appreciate.

    Thank you guys for your time.

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    I wear gray ones with a white under it. The white soaks up the sweat.


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    Just a grey company tee

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    I use sportman's shirts from Bass Pro shops. They are long sleeve,have UV protection and roll up collars to protect the back of your neck.

    They also have a flap on the back that helps ventilate the shirt.
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    I wear anything that hides my butt crack. We have maroon company collared shirts.
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    I have been wearing white tee shirts for 5 or so years now.

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    http://www.cabelas.com/catalog/large..._956741_710_01

    best investment I've ever made as far as work attire.....the green doesn't match our deep blue cintas uniforms, but it makes the blazing sun MUCH more bearable!

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    I wear the dry blend gildan. With company logo screen printed on front. Red shirt.

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    i have a sombraro looking hat or safari hat whatever you want to call it. its straw and protects my head in the summer cuse im missing a little sod off the fairway.. i also wear loose fit under armour long sleeve heat gear shirts when on the roof. the sun in florida will burn you if your not covered and we go up to 95 with 95% humidity from about now till october and then 80 the rest of the year so i work in the heat all year. biggest thing i found is i bought a collapsible shelter at bass pro like you would take on a picnic. so when im up on the roof doing longs jobs im out of the sun. takes a little time to set up but saves me from heat exhaustion. boss thinks its funny when he goes on the roof and sees you with a tent and a cooler.

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    Summer? I have heard of summer, but haven't seen it yet this year. Today's high is forecast for 49* F and I am working in the shop with a sweatshirt on and the heat still on. Even when summer does show up, it just means that I can shed my long sleeves for a few weeks. But we won't see any of that till probably July.

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    Columbia fishing shirts. Best shirt ever made.

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