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Cools when you sweat. Warms when you are cold.

The Challenge
Your body perspires during activity. The natural function of sweat cools the body to keep it at the optimal temperature of 37°C. Most traditional undergarments siphon off all sweat, leading the body to continue to increase its sweat production. The result is loss of water, minerals and salt with no cooling effect and decreased performance.


The 3D Bionic Sphere® System leaves a thin film of moisture on the skin without the body sensing wetness. Sweat Traps® then transport excess sweat, allowing it to evaporate, then disposing of it via thermal dynamics. What remains is only a comfortable, thin, cooling layer of moisture. The evaporation occurs in 3 ways, activated by body heat: - On the skin, for cooling. - In the SweatTraps®, to process excess moisture. - In the Evaporation Surface Expander®, where the excess is finally evaporated. Whether in extreme cold or excruciating heat, you’ll always have a perfect performance climate. Cools when you sweat **1 | EVAPORATION SURFACE EXPANDER** Evaporation across a large surface to process excess moisture. **2 | OUTER AIR CHANNEL** Excess moisture is continuously replaced by subsequent flow of fresh air. **3 | SWEAT TRAPS®** Transfer excess moisture.


The patented and unique 3D Bionic Sphere® System retains important resources to keep you performing better. Less energy is expended in regulating body heat, leaving you more energy reserves for your training. Cold ambient air represents no overcooling risk factor, because the warm air inside the InnerAirChannels form an insulating cushion. During recovery, the cooling-down process is interrupted by the lack of sweat. The air in both channels serves to warm and protect, using the body‘s own warmth to create a body aura: a protective shell that wards off the influence of cold. Warms when you’re cold **1 | OuterAirChannel** During recovery, the cool-down process is interrupted by the absence of sweat. **2 | InnerAirChannel** Warm air is stored inside.