At New York Fashion Week, Chromat debuted a responsive athletic bra that features automatic built-in vents that open when heat and perspiration are detected. Using Intel Curie technology, the bra has a small, low-power base that enables the wearable technology's smart capabilities.
Chromat is known to be an experimental clothing brand and the Aeros Sports Bra is proving to be quite the successful experiment. While other sports bras make use of wicking materials, none allow women to feel like their tight athletic clothing is actually breathable. Noticing body temperature and breathing patterns, the athletic bra uses shape memory to open its central vents to cool the body down.
This kind of athletic bra technology will allow women to train harder and for longer more comfortably. Integrating fashion with technology, Chromat's New York Fashion Week show proved that functional intelligent sportswear can be fashionable as well.