The BioRomper is a unisex full-body garment that takes its inspiration from the hyper-cautious travel outfits crafted in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, while supplying them with a fashion-forward design that makes for a highly versatile outfit that can seamlessly go from a plane seat to the city streets.
While travelers have gone as far as zipping themselves into makeshift plastic coverings to avoid germs on flights, the BioRomper presents a much more fashionable and functional alternative. The suits, available in both Jet Black and Aviator Green colorways, are made with a recycled fabric that combines polyester and spandex, and are then coated in an antimicrobial treatment. This makes the suit comfortable for all-day wear, and helps it to combat the germs that might be present on airplane and transit seats, or any other commonly touched surfaces. With the BioRomper, consumers can feel litter safer in areas where there's a higher risk for the transmission of COVID-19.
The BioRomper is available for purchase online, where shoppers looking to invest in antimicrobial apparel to help maintain their peace of mind in the "new normal" can find one in their size.
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The BioRomper is a Germ-Fighting Suit Designed for Travel
1. Antimicrobial Full-body Garments - The trend of creating fashionable, full-body garments that combat germs and bacteria in public spaces.
2. Sustainable Antimicrobial Fabrics - The trend towards using sustainable fabric materials, like recycled polyester, in the creation of antimicrobial apparel.
3. Travel Wearables - The trend and potential industry of wearables designed for travel, specifically for germ protection and safety.
1. Fashion Industry - Opportunities exist for the fashion industry to incorporate antimicrobial technology into everyday clothing for added health benefits.
2. Travel Industry - Opportunities exist for the travel industry to incorporate antimicrobial clothing and wearables for added safety measures during travel.
3. Textile and Fabric Industry - Opportunities exist for the textile and fabric industry to innovate and create sustainable and antimicrobial fabric materials for various applications.