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SKINS upgrades with ADAPTIVE by HeiQ

What's New? | February 27, 2015 | By:

Sports compression wear leader SKINS, re-launches its popular A400 range with Swiss textile technology company HeiQ’s dynamic cooling technology ADAPTIVE, that can keep the wearer cooler than if they were wearing nothing at all. This uniquely responsive technology mimics the skin’s ability to sweat and keeps the wearer cool when it is hot and provides less cooling when it is cold. ADAPTIVE makes next-to-skin garments behave dynamically in order to restore the body’s natural cooling and evaporation process which is usually blocked by clothes.

The SKINS A400 range of men’s, women’s and youth tights and tops is endorsed by the

Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA). In February 2015, this collection will be available

globally. Mammut, Triumph, New Balance, Puma, Champion, Hanes, Shock Absorber and Canterbury of New Zealand are some of HeiQ’s new partners using the technology.

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