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Bangkok tailors - hiking clothing

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Looking for tailors who have the new wick type materials. Would be super handy as Asia can be very sweaty for some of us. There's many names for this material but generically it's wicking where is absorbs the wetness away from your body and moves it to the surface where it then evaporates. When washing and hanging in the bathrooms of Asia it drys overnight. Backpackers love it even though most buy the cotton shirts.

Hope someone can help with a few tailors who'll make outdoor/hiking clothes.

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