A Japanese formal men's wear company and chain store, Aoki, has come up with a deodorant suit, shirt and socks which promise to eliminate body odor during the hot dog days of summer.
The company also supports the Japanese government's initiative to combat global warming. Office workers are being encouraged to dress lightly and to reduce air-conditioning costs. Their deodorant line as part of that effort offers men a solution to the inevitable sweating and stinking.
Silver ions have been incorporated into the fabric which have a toxic effect against bacteria, viruses and fungi making the clothing anti-bacterial and thus reduces body smells. Aoki clothing is also extra light and moisture-absorbing which all helps.
The Farago Aircool suit costs $370, the the other deodorant apparel are less costly - t-shirt($13), polo-shirt ($37) and socks (7.80).
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