It’s summer once again- time to beat the heat, in BLACK.
While tourists and vacationers are out to enjoy the beaches and the warm sun, there are a select people who can’t take their days off, yet –I am talking about athletes. And if you ask many of them, one of the toughest challenges on their training is how to stay cool in this warm weather. Enter the, Climachill Training Shirt from adidas.
This revolutionary Climachill apparel from adidas is back in black. It’s the only apparel with active cooling technology that is and will be released this summer. It is specifically designed to help its wearer perform their best regardless of the temperature, thanks to its maximum cooling effect.
Revolutionary cooling technology
The Climachill is made from finely selected materials designed to provide advanced breathability, an instant cool sensation and heat and moisture transfer capabilities. Who says can’t wear black this summer?
Real Madrid Winger Gareth Bale says, “For me it’s massively important to have both style and performance in one product. The new black (mélange) training t-shirt is the perfect example for sports apparel that looks cool and keeps you cool.”
Behind its revolutionary active cooling technology is an intuitive clothing design made up of 3D aluminum-cooling spheres, which are located on the back and neck to cool down the warmest areas of the body. Polar fiber fabric embedded on its garment allows it to remove excess moisture from your skin and offering maximum breathability. Its ground breaking titanium-filled SubZero flat yarn maximizes surface contact which allows more heat to be transferred away from your body.
Why heat could ruin your performance
Because of the increased heat in the environment during summer, our body’s temperature also increases significantly, especially when doing extreme physical activities. This increase in body heat can lead to impairing physiological function like poor muscle control, less muscle activation and delay in nerve conduction velocity. In short, heat can greatly affect your performance.
The Climachill is designed to ensure that you deliver your maximum performance.. While most apparel products in the market only focus on one of the following –conductive cooling, convective cooling and evaporative cooling, Climachill focuses on all three and balances each attribute.
NBA Star Jeremy Lin loves both the cooling performance and the cool look of Climachill. “People always say black attracts the sunlight and it doesn’t help you keep you cool. The advantage of this shirt is that it is able to do that, so it’s kind of the best of both worlds; being able to give you the look that you want while at the same time, keeping you cool.”
Recommended for runners
Running is one of the most exhaustive sports there is. A marathon runner, for example, needs to conquer 42 kilometers while constantly moving at an average of 4 to 5 hours. While the runner’s legs are the most used during this activity, excessive sweating is experienced on the chest and back area. Keeping this area cool is very important, so that the lungs would not be impaired on taking and delivering oxygen to the different parts of the body.
The new Climachill shirt can help runners optimize their performance whether they are running on trails, road dirts or the city’s concrete roads. By helping control the body temperature to normal, the shirt’s wearer can go further with less worry about fatigue. The apparel also helps remove excess sweat, which can be an added weight to the runner and has the potential to shave a few seconds on his race results.
For men and women
adidas’ new training shirt is designed to accommodate the needs of its male and female customers. Studies show that men and women have very different body areas where heat is concentrated during intense workouts. Common to both genders are the cold spots where sweat production is occurring –on the stomach, around the chest and the lower back. (See diagram below)
Based on studies, men show the greatest heat production along the back of their thighs, fore arms, front shins, shoulders, sides of torso and sternum; while producing the least amount at the lumbar region of the back.
Women, on the other hand, are warmest in the channel along the middle of their back and on the rear-side of the calves; while having the cooler areas at their tummy area and at the back of their upper arms.
Climachill is a must-have sportswear not only for men but also for women. Take it from #3 WTA Ranked tennis player Simona Halep, “The new black t-shirt is an essential must-have in any women’s sports wardrobe – just like the little black dress for any casual nights out. It flatters my body shape and looks great on-and off-court.”
So stay active and cool this summer with the adidas Climachill. Running under the sun is no longer impossible.NOW AVAILABLE. TAKBO.PH COTTON TEES AND HOODIES. CLICK ON THE IMAGE TO ORDER.
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