During the thermoregulation process, moisture released from the body can build-up in the area between the skin and clothing, known as the microclimate. This trapped moisture has an amplifying effect on the way temperature is experienced – making hot feel hotter and cold feel colder. 37.5 Technology removes this moisture so it does not accumulate …
Female reproductive hormones influence the thermoregulation mechanisms in a woman’s body as they naturally fluctuate throughout the menstrual cycle, during pregnancy, and at menopause. Of these, the most widely recognized effects are hot flashes experienced during menopause, and temperature changes that occur during the menstrual cycle. Specifically, estrogens tend to promote lower body temperatures by …
Yes. Comparatively, women have more sweat glands than men. Women also have a higher concentration of sweat glands in many areas of their body. Interestingly, women also tend to use a higher percentage of their sweat glands, while secreting less total sweat. Overall, this translates to a more efficient sweating process that can decrease the …
Yes, wear testing has confirmed users prefer wearing footwear made with 37.5 Technology.
37.5 Technology speeds evaporation and removes humidity next to your skin, helping to balance your temperature and keeping you in your ideal comfort zone longer.
Yes, wear testing has confirmed users prefer wearing the temperature regulating clothing made with 37.5 Technology.
37.5 Technology works with your body to manage humidity, which provides dynamic thermoregulation to help cool when you’re hot and keep you warm when you’re cold.
37.5 Technology traps odors and releases them when laundered or cleaned. Users have found fabrics made with 37.5 Technology stay fresher, longer.
No. 37.5 active particles are permanently embedded at the fiber level, work for the life of the product, and will not wash out during laundering.
No. 37.5 Technology is made from naturally occurring volcanic minerals. It is not a chemical finish and does not contain harmful chemicals.