Lululemon’s new fabric technology eliminates this common problem

Min Woo Lee models Lululemon's new ShowZero polo.

Lululemon ambassador Min Woo Lee models the brand's new ShowZero polo.

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There’s no denying the appeal of summer golf: warm weather, long evenings, rounds played while on vacation.

There’s one problem, though, that is often a bit of a buzzkill: sweat. And sweat-stained apparel.

Luckily, the good folks at athleisure giant Lululemon have taken pains to create a fabric technology that keeps sweat out of sight — a wonderful boon for golfers the world over.

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The technology is called “ShowZero,” and achieves its no-show goal via sweat-wicking yarns and innovative fabric construction. In short, it effectively wicks the sweat away on the inside to hide its appearance on the outside.

“ShowZero is the summer game changer,” Lululemon ambassador Min Woo Lee said in a release. “With no sweat showing, I am as comfortable as I can be when I am on the course, and I can compete at my best.”

Given the steamy locales on the PGA Tour’s schedule in coming weeks, from the U.S. Open at Pinehurst to Detroit for the Rocket Mortgage and Silvis, Ill., for the John Deere, a no-show, sweat-wicking polo seems like a great idea.

Check out Lululemon’s ShowZero polo in detail below. It’s available in four colors, size S-XXL. You can click the Buy Now link to order yours today.

Lululemon's ShowZero polo

Lululemon ShowZero™ Polo

This polo’s sleek fabric harnesses the power of ShowZero™ technology to virtually eliminate the appearance of sweat on the outside. Editor

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