ThermApparel Cooling Apparel


lightweight, discrete cooling garments for users with heat sensitivity

ThermApparel is a collection of lightweight, flexible garments, worn discreetly to keep users cool. Over 100 million people in North America live with some form of heat sensitivity, limiting their ability to cope with natural temperatures during the warmer months. This condition arises from a variety of factors: medical side-effects, hormonal imbalances, traumatic brain injuries, and certain neurological disorders. Each ThermApparel garment has a number of slim pockets that store cooling packs, providing safe and consistent temperate regulation for up to two hours. Constructed from breathable and moisture-absorbent fabric, ThermApparel provides individuals with the confidence to safely enjoy warmer weather.


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