Copenhagen stalwart Norse Projects has followed up its recent GORE-TEX capsule with a collection designed using 37.5 technology. Designed to regulate core temperature at the ideal level (37.5 celsius), the technology uses active particles embedded in the material to combat extra heat and cold.
The fabric works by removing sweat when the wearer is hot, while also trapping energy when the wearer is cold. Additionally, the material can be used for both day-to-day wear and during active pursuits. For this collection, Norse Projects has incorporated 37.5 technology into half-zip jumpers and two T-shirts styles, with a color palette focusing on “Deep Sea Green” and “Utility Khaki.”
Norse Projects’ 37.5 collection is available now via the brand’s web store.
In other fashion news, Y-3 recently returned with its second Spring/Summer 2022 collection.
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