Vancouver, B.C.-based Garmatex Technologies has introduced the Prime4orm shirt with its first Kickstarter campaign. Subscribers to the campaign will be among the first to experience the form-enhancing shirt’s purported ability to improve muscle alignment to reduce fatigue and discomfort, while enhancing posture and performance.
The Prime4orm shirt incorporates five of Garmatex’s technologies—AbsorbSkin, IceSkin, RecoverySkin, Bact-Out and T3—together with a design to re-engineer the body’s form. Just as stretching is used to relax and improve muscle performance, Prime4orm uses gentle tensions to train muscles to maintain their correct length and alignment.
Garmatex Technologies specializes in scientifically engineered fabric technologies, manipulating raw textiles and altering fabric molecules to provide fabrics for extreme conditions. Its fabrics are used in athletic and lifestyle apparel as well industrial and commercial products. The campaign runs through March 26, 2015.