adidas Climachill tech for Training range – titanium, aluminium and flat weave

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At the adidas 2014 range launch they showed me some new tops in their “Training” range. The innovations were aluminium dots on the upper back and a flat fibre weave with titanium threads. Aluminium conducts heat well, so the idea here is that as you move around in the gym, the dots transfer the heat through the material, making you feel cool. The flat fibre weave is touted to give it efficient wicking properties and it lends a lightweight thin feel to the material, whilst the titanium threads do not conduct heat well, so remain near ambient temperature for a while, making the garment feel cool.

adidas Training tshirt 2014 mens climachill

adidas Training tshirt 2014 mens climachill titanium dots
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adidas Training tshirt 2014 mens climachill back
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adidas Training tshirt 2014 mens climachill flat fibre weave
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adidas Training tshirt 2014 mens climachill front
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adidas Training singlet 2014 womens climachill

adidas Training singlet 2014 womens climachill back
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adidas Training singlet 2014 womens climachill front focus fail
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adidas Training singlet 2014 womens climachill titanium dots
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Charles Rodmell

Charles Rodmell has been running and cycling since the 70's, mainly because no one told him to stop. He runs on and off road and occasionally barefoot. He rides mountain bikes as often as possible and sometimes a trials bike. If there's snow, you can find him on a snowboard.

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