There is no evidence to dictate that it contributes. Zero. You have none. You just keep saying "it's just common sense brah."
Jacksonville. Oakland. Baltimore. That also doesn't include teams with black jerseys that dedicate themselves to wearing them eight times a year, regardless of where they play, rather than 3. (that's not even the full list of teams with black jerseys btw, just those with comparable climates or teams with non-black uniforms that are very dark all the same)
These soldiers are in Massachusetts-they wear these uniforms year 'round.
They aren't trying to not-die.
So Oakland and Baltimore are comparable climates to Charlotte?
Baltimore's close, but Oakland? You've never been to Northern Cali, have you?
This discussion is silly, your asking for proof that it feels better to wear white on a hot day then it does black... LOL
I keep saying it's common sense - because it's common sense.
I have no idea what military uniforms have to do with this?
Edited by CatMan72, 23 February 2012 - 05:41 PM.