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Best fabric for sleeping in when packing light?

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I've been taking coolmax fabric tank tops for sleepwear - they do wash out easily in the hotel sink and dry fast. BUT, I'm not loving the polyester feel - there's a static electricity thing they have also that's unpleasant, and I feel like they're making me sweat in my sleep.

Anyway, I didn't know if the super-light packers amongst us have any good recommendations on sleep tops that are lightweight, quick to wash/dry, but also feel good on your skin.

Thanks in advance.

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