Here’s an interesting product I came across not too long ago. By the description, the Body-in-Comfort undershirt sounds like a StayCool/Outlast undershirt on steroids. Primarily marketed to the medical community.
People feel differently in the same environmental conditions and this is defined as human thermal comfort. The BODY IN COMFORT undershirt helps the wearer to maintain a comfortable feeling in different environmental settings.
This undershirt has two different layers of material “bonded” together each providing the wearer with special features that ensure comfort within different working environmental conditions.
- Activated Charcoal: helps to eliminate body odor
- Moisture Wicking
- Special composite inner layer. Keeps wearer warmer in cool environments and cooler in warm environments
- Lightweight, soft fabric. Does not stick to the body
- Partial UV protection
- Deeper V-neck does not show
- Name: Body-In-Comfort Undershirt
- Manufacturer: McGan Technology?
- Fabric: Not specified on website
- Price: $39.95
- Style: V-Neck
- Sizes: XS – XL
- Colors: White
All clothing inherently has a thermal resistance associated with it and is defined as a Clo. A zero Clo unit is associated with the naked skin while a typical men’s business suit has a value of 1 Clo, and shirts are usually 0.5 to 1.1 Clo. These values are based on a sitting or resting situation at a temperature of 70° F (21°C) and 50% relative humidity. The inner layer of material in BODY IN COMFORT helps to insulates up to 3.2 Clo while the outer layer helps to “cool” a wearer down if they become too warm.