News Article: New Mizuno Breath Thermo Technology

News Article

25 October 2013New Mizuno Breath Thermo TechnologyAuthor: Sam Walker

Cold Runs Should Never be Cold Again!

When Mother Nature turns the temperature down, it means one thing: it’s time to invest in the right gear. Layering in winter is crucial – but imagine a base layer that solves that age-old winter running dilemma: how to stay warm at the start of a run, yet avoid wearing too many bulky layers. Mizuno has the answer: the perfect layer to tackle running in cold weather, helping to keep you dry and warm. But this isn’t an ordinary base layer fabric: Breath Thermo doesn’t just keep you warm, it actually generates heat.

Heat-generating technology drawing on Mizuno’s 100 years of sports technology expertise, the Breath Thermo fabric works by taking advantage of the moisture produced when you perspire. It draws this moisture away from the skin to help keep you dry, then uses the water vapour to activate heat-generating fibres in the fabric. Rather than a coating or treatment, which can wash off over time, the unique heat-boosting fibres are woven deep into the fabric, giving you a durable layer that you’ll want to wear again and again.

Super-lightweight and soft, the latest Breath Thermo fabric is also 15 per cent lighter than the previous version, giving you greater speed potential and freedom in cooler climates. No more shivering in the first few miles, no more bulky layers; Breath Thermo keeps you running when the mercury level plummets.




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