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Unmatched in fit, softness, quality, ergonomics, comfort and performance.
Medelita created a unique drirelease® with FreshGuard® fabric ideal for medical scrubs. This technically advanced performance fabric pulls moisture away from your skin and dries incredibly fast. And the comfort level is outstanding - supremely soft with a lightly brushed finish in a weight that's not too thin/not too thick. We're also proud to boast our scrub fabric resists pilling, wrinkling, fading and shrinking, while also preventing odors - all for the lifetime of the garment.
- Keeps you dry by wicking moisture away from your skin.
- Dries faster than other performance fabrics or cotton.
- Won't wash out and lasts the lifetime of Medelita scrubs.
- Performance features that are environmentally friendly.
- FreshGuard® naturally prevents odors.
- No fading. No pilling. No wrinkling. No shrinkage.
- The perfect scrub fabric - both in comfort and performance.
How drirelease® with FreshGuard® improves your scrubs
What Your Colleagues Say
"Some of the most comfortable scrubs I've worn. The embroidery of the name and title give it a professional look. I just bought 3 more pairs."
Jason Yip -Medelita Men's Scrubs
"As an Emergency Medicine physician,I live in my scrubs.They are an essential part of my work day. I bought 5 pairs and enjoy working more comfortably with the Medelita scrubs. It truly is a great product."
Mark J.K. Dalton, MD, FACEPP -Medelita Men's Scrubs
"I am an emergency room physician and am in my scrubs over 12 hours each shift. These scrubs are very comfortable. I am never conscious of the fit of these scrubs throughout the day, which I guess, is a good thing. The pockets are great and the zip fly is nice. Would definitely recommend these scrubs."
Eagle Rock Doc -Medelita Men's Scrubs
"I'm a doctor who wears scrubs daily and I just have to say I've never worn anything so comfortable. I initially purchased one pair to check them out and soon replaced all of my old scrubs. Excellent product! I'm glad I found them."
Dr. O -Medelita Men's Scrubs
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