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adidas Climachill Brings In the Chilling Effect during the Warm Summer Days

Posted by on 17. April 2015

NBA’s Jeremy Lin Wearing the Black Climachill Shirt

Working out this summer has felt like moving around in a sauna room with the heat and humidity taking its toll on your system. #adidas #Climachill uses 3D aluminium-cooling spheres that provides instant cooling sensation upon contact.  It also uses a SubZero flat yarn that contains titanium and is woven throughout the inside of each Climachill™ jersey to deliver more cooling capacity.  The climachill technology is perfect for the hot and humid Philippine weather.  It keeps your body cool for a more comfortable workout even in the warm months of summer.

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Using Climachill Technology in My Races

Last year, I was introduced to the Climachill technology and it really felt comfortable especially during summer months.  I also got their singlet type designs which I used for my races.  It really help since when you feel cooler, your body would feel more relaxed and your heart rate would be lower.  There’s a rise in your body temperature and add the outdoor heat and humidity into the equation and that’s a lot of heat, which drains your energy faster.  I’ve grown to love the climachill technology since the 3d aluminum cooling spheres at the back of the shirt brings an instant cooling effect especially once sweat starts to come in.  Working out these summer days feels like moving around in a sauna room so it really makes a difference having the instant cooling effect of adidas climachill technology.  It doesn’t stop there as adidas keeps innovating the Climachill technology further with the launch of the new Climachill™ apparel range, headlined by a black training t-shirt that features intuitive body heat management technology to cool athletes in hot conditions. Perfect for the warm and humid climate in the Philippines, the adidas ClimachillTM is designed to deliver maximum cooling benefit without compromising comfort or design.

World Soccer Player Gareth Bale Wearing the adidas Climachill

 “The body’s core temperature can increase by 3 degree Celsius when we are exercising. To maintain a stable temperature, your body needs to work a lot harder to lose excess heat. This may result in impaired physiological functions, which will ultimately affect performance. When it comes to performance, every degree matters. The Climachill™ apparel is the smartest and most advanced sporting product and can provide maximum cooling experience,” explained Dr Maarten Hupperets, Director of Future Sport Science at adidas.

Top Ranked World Tennis Player Simona Halep Wearing the adidas Climachill

For athletes who desire sophisticated solutions in order to regulate body temperature and remain cool in adverse conditions, the innovative Climachill™ apparel is their answer. In this cross-category collection, adidas has also launched training shirts in the most unconventional colour for athletic apparel – black – to showcase the process of the ClimachillTM technology.  Employing industry-first 3D aluminium-cooling spheres, the Climachill™ apparel provides an instant cooling sensation upon contact. In addition to the aluminium dots, the ground-breaking SubZero flat yarn also contains titanium and is woven throughout the inside of each Climachill™ jersey to deliver more cooling capacity. Filipino athletes don’t have to be afraid of wearing black for fear of heat and they can now train harder, run longer and compete better.

Top Sprinter Octavious Freeman Wearing the adidas Climachill.

The Climachill™ product range is now available locally from 1st April 2015 at leading adidas Sports performance stores, adidas online store (http://shop.adidas.com.ph) and sports retailers nationwide.

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