Nike 研發團隊成衣創新小組副總裁Brian Stewart稱，「成衣業一直以來總是運用層次的概念。但是我們怎樣才能創造一種能夠隨人體變化而自動做出調整的成衣呢？這樣在你跑步體溫上升時，或者當天氣突然改變時，你就不必自己做調整，衣服會為你代勞」。
Brian Stewart表示，「AeroReact能對人體變化與環境的變化做出調整，在穿著它的時候而始終感覺舒適」。Nike稱花費多年時間開發的AeroReact，透過大量研究、測試與實驗，使得這一布料趨於完善。隨後，布料的原型由來自全球的跑者進行該織物技術的測試。該系列包括女裝AeroReact套頭衫與男裝 AeroReact半開襟拉鍊上衣。
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Nike announces high tech breathable apparel for runnersThe world's leading athletic footwear and apparel maker Nike claims it has developed what it calls AeroReact technology that helps runners maintain optimal body temperature for better performance, the company said in a statement.
Nike AeroReact technology is a new responsive, lightweight fabric developed with insights from the Nike Explore Team (NXT) Sport Research Lab and runners the world over.
“The apparel industry has always been based on the concept of layering,” says Brian Stewart, Vice President of NXT's Apparel Innovation team. “But how can we create apparel that adapts, so that as you change – as you heat up during your run – or as the weather changes around you, you don't have to make those adjustments?”
AeroReact is uniquely engineered to adapt to changes in a runner's temperature. Supporting the body's existing thermoregulation capabilities, the textile's bi-component yarn senses moisture vapor and opens its structure to maximize breathability. Thermoregulation is a process by which the body releases sweat that evaporates to help the body maintain an optimal temperature.
“Everything we do is focused on how we can help athletes perform better, be more comfortable and stay focused. AeroReact has this ability to adapt as you change and as your environment changes — to help keep you comfortable the whole time you're wearing it,” Stewart explains.
To develop AeroReact, Nike spent several years honing the fabric through research, testing and trials. Then, prototypes were distributed to runners worldwide, who wear tested the technology.
Runner feedback helped validate the team's work, says Peter Harrison, Nike's Innovation Project Director for AeroReact. “Many runners were amazed, as they felt that they would either be too hot or too cold at some point during the run, but instead they got to the end and forgot that they were wearing AeroReact. That's brilliant news for us, because we want the athlete to be able to focus on what they love doing and what they do best – not to be distracted by their clothing.”
Original Article: fibre2fashion