Today, adidas launched Climachill, their revolutionary active cooling apparel line. Made of innovative fibers woven together with titanium and industry-first 3D aluminium cooling spheres, adidas is truly trying to differentiate themselves in this increasingly growing market.
Climachill, is comprised of high tech fibers designed to transfer heat away from the body to improve performance in higher temperature settings, and the cooling spheres provide an instant cooling sensation to help the athlete run longer and train harder. The cooling spheres are located on high intensity areas where the most heat is drawn from including the back, neck and forearms. Micro-fibers are also included in the apparel to act like a mesh screen and moves excess moisture away from the skin. Using evaporation and conduction together, adidas developed the ground breaking SubZero flat yarn, which enables it to transfer additional heat away from the body.
”At adidas we are constantly striving to create innovations to make the athlete comfortable so they can focus on performance,” said Heike Leibl, senior vice president of training at adidas. “The aluminium cooling spheres used in the Climachill range provide an instant chill effect and the innovative fabric is designed to help keep the athlete cool so they can perform at their best in any conditions.”
The Climachill line is clearly a modern marvel when it comes to apparel. The amount of scientific innovation that went into developing this much needed technology and testing it in the most extreme conditions is something that could change the way people train and exercise for years to come.
The Climachill line, full with shirts, shorts, and tanks, is available now at adidas.com with prices ranging from $40-$60.