Mizuno Volleyball Spandex


There's a difference between Mizuno volleyball spandex and others on

the market.


In this article I explore my findings regarding the differences between

the fabrics and materials that Mizuno uses to produce their volleyball

clothes and spandex shorts and I explore whether their trademarked

technologies separate them from the competition.


Mizuno Volleyball Spandex Has A Polyester/Spandex Blend


Mizuno spandex shorts usually have an 88% to 12% or 90% to 10%

balance of polyester to spandex combination.


This specific blend of materials is found in Mizuno clothes, specifically in

their volleyball shorts.


Mizuno volleyball clothes have their own trademarked microfiber

polyester called MzO which are a series of high performance technical

fabrics designed with special yarn, fabric structure and dyeing process.


MzO was designed to transport perspiration vapor away from the body

and cool down the body temperature.


This fabric is described on Mizuno clothes as being "comfortable,

breathable, easy to care for and durable."


Just for the record microfiber (I had to look it up) is an "extremely fine

synthetic fiber that can be woven into textiles with the texture and

drape of natural-fiber cloth but with enhanced stretch, washability,

breathability, and water repellency."


It's usually a soft, lightweight fabric with a silky feel and is resistant to

shrinkage, durable and provides protection against the elements.


Mizuno has two different types of microfibers that they use in their line

of volleyball clothes and shorts.


MzO is found in the Mizuno volleyball Vortex, the Women's Low Rider and

the Techno volleyball shorts.


The other type of microfiber found in Mizuno volleyball clothes is called

Drylite and is found in the Vortex Six Panel shorts.


This trademarked process is engineered to cool the body and keep a

volleyball player dry during competition by transporting perspiration

vapor away from the body and cooling down a player's body

temperature.


Mizuno claims that DryLite is "comfortable, breathable, easy to care for,

and durable."


You aren't reading the same thing twice.


They used the same verbiage on the product description to describe the

characteristics of both the Drylite and the MzO processes.


The microfiber Mizuno uses is usually a soft, lightweight fabric with a

silky feel that is resistant to shrinkage, its durable and provides

protection against the elements.


Mizuno has two different types of microfibers that they use in their line

of volleyball clothes and shorts.


MzO is found in the Mizuno volleyball Vortex, the Women's Low Rider and

the Techno volleyball shorts.


The other type of microfiber found in Mizuno volleyball spandex and their

other clothing is called Drylite and is found in the Vortex Six Panel

shorts.


This trademarked process is engineered to cool the body and keep a

volleyball player dry during competition by transporting perspiration

vapor away from the body and cooling down a player's body

temperature.


Mizuno claims that DryLite is "comfortable, breathable, easy to care for,

and durable."


Be sure to check out more information on volleyball spandex

below.


Check out more information in our uniform articles below: 

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Shoes For Volleyball

My Best Volleyball Shoes

My Indoor Volleyball Shoes



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