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The most advanced gloves with Outlast technology
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Apr '08
Sells Goalkeeper Products has just launched the new 2008 Total Contact Exosphere goalkeeping glove that features Outlast technology.

Products with Outlast technology respond to your constantly changing body temperature to help keep you comfortable.

Originally developed for NASA, Outlast technology buffers temperature swings by absorbing excess body heat as it's created then releases it when you experience a temperature change. The goalkeepers hands are not too hot, not too cold but just right.

The glove also incorporates removable finger and thumb protection and a newly developed H20 Ultimate latex for unsurpassed gripping in wet weather.

Sells gloves are worn by many top international goalkeepers including Ben Foster Manchester United,Robert Green West Ham United,Antti Niemi Fulham and Craig Gordon Sunderland.

The PCM technology
But what are PCMs? The principle is simply demonstrated. Looking at phase change materials (PCM) two well-known technologies are successfully combined: On the one hand is the microencapsulation, as known from the chewing-gum inside which microcapsules are embedded.

While chewing the shell is destroyed, and the taste is released. Another example: perfume probes in magazines. The microcapsules being destroyed while rubbing on the paper, as the smell is released.

The difference in Outlast materials: Microcapsules are also used, but the shell is stable and doesn't get ruined. The capsules are very tiny: Around 1,000 fit on the head of a pin (ca. 3 million per cm²).


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