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OEL Structurewear features Outlast technology
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Oct '10
Outlast Technologies, leader in heat management and moisture reduction in performance wear, announces new licensee OEL Worldwide Industries is launching Structurewear an all-purpose line of base layers featuring Outlast heat management technology.

Delivering superior comfort and performance, OEL Structurewear is designed to be worn under any work uniform, sports clothing, outdoor wear or business attire. The base layers offer triple the benefits with Outlast technology: heat, odor and moisture management. Outlast technology incorporated in the fabric works all day to keep the wearer comfortable while at work or during recreational activities.

Outlast is producing the base layers designed by OEL—a first for the company. “Our partnership with OEL is part of a new business strategy to better optimize Outlast's supply chain by going downstream with product development,” says Mike Henshaw, Outlast director of operations. “Performance textiles is a growing industry and the ability to offer an Outlast heat management solution to reduce perspiration is a benefit consumers will really value.”

“We have learned that for most people, having to wear a uniform or gear all day leaves them feeling too hot to function effectively for an extended period of time,” says Kevin McAlpin, director of sales and marketing for OEL Worldwide Industries. “In partnering with Outlast, we found a solution through the technology's heat and moisture management benefits. The base layers offer all-day comfort for better performance.”

A Certified Space Technology and originally developed for NASA, Outlast technology proactively manages heat to reduce discomfort from fluctuations in skin temperature. Outlast responds to changes in skin temperature by absorbing excess heat and storing it until there is a change in temperature, then releases it as needed. This continuous cycle allows the wearer to stay at a balanced temperature for everyday comfort, and more comfort means better performance.

Outlast Technologies Inc

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