When you guys think of "comfort" in a shirt, meaning, "this shirt is comfortable," what dimensions or criteria do you use to determine if it's "comfortable?" To me, comfort is defined by it's "feel," that is, it's softness. It is also determined by fit, which would lend to ease of motion and no excess balooning. I would guess no excess "chafing" or rubbing would be a factor as well. Anything else? Anything with the fabrics that inherently lend themselves to achieving comfort for the wearer? I was just really intrigued by this concept of comfort and what actually determines it to the wearer. We've focused a lot on proper fit on this forum, and I was wondering how much the fit and the other qualities provide to overall "comfort." Alex, what would your experience tell you about comfort?
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3/12/05 at 1:10pm