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New collection of quick drying travel sleepwear by Cool-jams
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Apr '11
Cool-jams wicking sleepwear, already known for their top-rated wicking temperature-regulating sleepwear, has introduced a new collection of travel sleepwear made from a similar quick drying, lightweight wicking fabric.

"Cool-jams Sleepwear is perfect for travel because it's quick drying, compact, lightweight and wrinkle resistant, which are all very important requirements of travel clothing," explains Cool-jams Founder Anita Mahaffey. "These pajamas are the perfect pajama to take on a trip because you can just rinse them in the sink in the morning, hang to dry and they are good to go by the evening. In fact, our Cool-jams dry three times faster than cotton pajamas, so wicking sleepwear makes perfect sense for travel."

The travel products industry has exploded over the past few years because the baby boomer population has begun to reach retirement age and so many of this age group have more time and money to travel. With over 75 million baby boomers in the US alone, Cool-jams will be kept busy designing and manufacturing wicking travel pajamas for the foreseeable future.

"Many of our customers call Cool-jams the perfect pajama because this collection is great for travel, but Cool-jams also have the ability to regulate body temperature. When it's hot, the pajamas draw excess heat and moisture away from the body and when the temperatures get cooler, the pajamas still feel warm and cozy," explains Mahaffey.

Cool-jams Inc was founded by Anita Mahaffey in September 2007. At this time, Cool-jams sleepwear ships to 150 countries worldwide via distributors and their own retail website. Cool-jams.com offers a variety of moisture wicking sleepwear for men and women, tips to help combat night sweats and a complimentary cooling meditation download.

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