Last year adidas launched their Climachill training range to a great reception from athletes and casual gym-goers alike, and this year they’re bringing it back in a big way.
Climachill technology uses industry-first 3D aluminium cooling spheres, strategically located on the back and neck to correspond with the warmest area of the body, and provide an instant cooling sensation on contact.
One player who is feeling the heat at the moment is Real Madrid’s Gareth Bale, who adidas have enlisted to show of the new 2015 range following a very successful trial of Climachill tech with the German national team out in Brazil 2014.
Climachill is adidas’ most advanced cooling technology ever, promising to keep the wearer up to 36% cooler than previous adidas clothing.
The SS15 colourway is a departure from the norm, offering a sleek, all-black look that still keeps the wearer cooler than ever – even in the height of summer.
Thanks to its cutting edge instant cool sensation, advanced breathability and supreme heat and moisture transfer capabilities, the range keeps body temperatures under control even in the hottest conditions.
The technology enables athletes of all levels to train harder, run longer and stay focused, enhancing performance whether in training or in the intensity of competition.
As well as those aluminium ‘instant-cooling’ spheres in the neck and back, a micro fibre fabric allows the garment to act like mesh and transports excess moisture away from your skin, whilst a revolutionary SubZero flat yarn contains titanium and maximises surface contact with skin, transferring more heat away from the body.
The Climachill release comes at a timely moment for Bale during a week where he will be looking to improve Wales’ 2016 European Qualifying hopes when he travels to Haifa, Israel to take on the Group B leaders this Saturday.
Not only will the Haifa temperatures be in the mid to high 20°Cs but a win for the Welsh will see them top Group B, significantly improving their chances of qualifying for the Euros.
A welcome addition to the adidas range of technologies; will you be picking up any Climachill training gear this Summer?
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