NC business creates shirts that are designed to move

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ADVANCE, N.C. -- When people look for activewear, they typically look for something that will stretch and move.

Now, they're looking for an additional feature and they're finding it from a line of shirts that are made in North Carolina.

Diamond Apparel started off selling lots of classic cotton knit golf shirts and mock turtlenecks, but now, lots of customers are demanding performance synthetic fabrics.

"Golfers love this stuff and we sell quite a bit to people that don't play golf and just wear this casually," said owner Dan Cagle.

Cagle sources his materials from manufacturers in the United States and his shirts are made from start to finish in his shop in North Carolina.

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