These Kuchofuku Air-Conditioned Pants Keep You Cool and Covered All Summer

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Jul 13, 2012 • References: japantrendshop & bookofjoe
To add to the assortment of unexpected cooling products on the market is this pair of Kuchofuku Air-Conditioned Pants. Made with the same mechanism that makes beds and windbreakers breezy, these eccentric slacks are full of potential -- and cold air.

A battery-powered fan is sewed right into the pockets of the cargo pants in order to keep the slight bulkiness of the device away from the body. At 3-7.4 volts, the gizmo sucks fresh outdoor air into the baggy bottoms to support your skin in its efforts to initiate evaporative cooling.

The Kuchofuku Air-Conditioned Pants would be especially valuable to those people who are uncomfortable exposing their legs. They can continue wearing full trousers throughout the hot summer months. Stats for Breezy Cargo Garments Trending: Older & Average
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