Spiritus' new activewear boosts energy

16 Jul '17
2 min read

Spiritus has launched new activewear, engineered to boost energy and promote cell regeneration while remaining dry and odour-free after a workout. The activewear, created from an exclusive fabric that combines infrared and silver technology, is the result of collaboration with two American fabric tech companies, textile experts and a textile manufacturer.

The new advanced activewear is now available on the crowdfunding website Kickstarter.

“We created Spiritus with young professionals in mind,” said Spiritus co-founder Kevin Dinh. “With this activewear, anyone can transition seamlessly from the office to the gym. They will feel less sore after their workout, and Spiritus dries quickly and smells fresh – even after the most strenuous workout, whether outside or in the gym.”

Dinh explains that thermal reactive minerals embedded into the activewear’s fabric converts body heat into infrared energy, which promotes blood circulation, energy recovery and cell regeneration. At the same time, the company’s trademarked Proformance fabric wicks away moisture – and has been proven to dry up to 35 per cent faster than traditional fabrics on the market.

In addition, the use of pure silver fibre in Proformance prevents unpleasant odours and keeps the active-wear smelling fresh, during and after workouts.

After assembling a team and spending two years on research and development, the Spiritus team created the Proformance line of activewear: a premium all-black collection that focuses on sleek simplicity and modern design, crafted to complement any person’s body shape and support their movements.

The silver technology in the active-wear is provided by the company XT2. With the infrared technology provided by Celliant, the team effectively brought the technology that’s commonly used for medical applications into the world of sports and fashion. (SV)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India

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