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SolTech+ technology lets tanning in extreme cold
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Mar '17
Courtesy: Soltech-plus
Courtesy: Soltech-plus
It is now possible to absorb that essential vitamin D from the sun in extreme cold weather and even get the naturally tanned skin. This has been made possible by a new technology which gives the clothing heat retentive properties, letting the benefits of the sun reach the skin in winters. The first line of apparel using it has already made a mark.  
 
The technology, called UVTR, has been developed by SolTech+, an innovative apparel line. SolTech+ has now come up with the multipurpose SolFit collection, a new athletic inspired line that efficiently boosts vitamin D and is designed to be sleek and weather proof. The clothing is available for both men and women as onesie or two piece set in blue, teal, pink, olive, and black colours. Colour and seasonal customisation options are expected to be available soon, according to the company.
 
The company had earlier launched its first line of clothing, TanRound, using the new patented technology. The clothing evoked interests globally and became extremely popular in social media for its health benefits. A crowdfunding campaign for TanRound saw backers from over 20 countries for its feature of making tanning in cold weather possible.
 
SolTech+ has been rapidly gaining popularity in fitness and wellness community and is also partnering up with athletes ranging from the extreme sports world to the college level to help facilitate their outdoor athleticism while enabling them to reconnect with the sun. (SV)

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