New York Post: Futuristic fabric makes casual clothing cooler

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In high-tech fashion circles, moisture wicking is so last century.

A cutting-edge fabric that uses infrared light to regulate body temperature — preventing sweat from forming in the first place — is finding its way into casual clothes.

Futuristic fabric maker 37.5 — whose hard-core clients include Under Armour, Adidas and Bauer, the heavy-duty hockey outfitter — is launching a fall men’s collection with Victorinox’s clothing label that will include lightweight jackets, cargo pants, a Henley pullover and a T-shirt.


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