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Adaptive Survival Clothing by Jacqueline Nanne Regulates Temperature

 - Mar 5, 2014
References: wearablesenses.net & psfk
The Adaptive Survival Clothing boasts a unique knitted pattern that helps to regulate the wearer's temperature. Created with surviving in the wilderness in mind, it tackles one of the most important factor: warmth. During the day, hiking, the sun and other similar considerations may keep people's bodies warm, but as soon as night falls, a whole new set of problems arise. The Adaptive Survival Clothing addresses one of them.

Designed by Jacqueline Nanne, the Adaptive Survival Clothing elaborates on the thermoregulation properties of wool. It boasts a series of holes that open and close depending on a person's movements. According to Psfk, "Each of the three layers have been treated with Nitinol, a temperature-sensitive memory wire, to ensure quick response to temperature fluctuations." This added feature helps adventurers enjoy the outdoors more comfortably.