Designed for office workers, the 'Kuul Thread Shirt' may be the men's dress shirt of the future. Traditional dress shirts have many disadvantages including a buildup of heat and humidity that can leave men damp and uncomfortable. Many shirts also absorb sweat, leaving stains visible and resulting in expensive dry cleaning costs that are needed to maintain their upkeep.
The 'Kuul Thread Shirt' attempts to address each of these issues. The company's dress shirt is designed to absorb, store and release heat and helps one maintain a comfortable body temperature. The technology used helps regulate the skin's micro-climate and eliminates the many nuisances that are produced when wearing traditional dress shirts.
Kuul uses Phase Change Materials (PCM) -- first developed by NASA -- as the basis for its garments. Other added features of its dress shirt include four-way stretch fabric, UV protection and effective odor control.