Whether you’re looking for an update to your current style or simply want to try something new, stepping out of your comfort zone is a great way to shake things up.
The latest in cooling shoes technology may be just the thing to get you going. Scientists at UT Southwestern Medical Center have developed a cool insole that can lower the temperature of diabetic feet.
The latest and greatest in Tamarack’s lab tested line of performance footwear has a slew of cool tech innovations, oh, and yep the namesakes are here to stay. The biggest and blingtastic of the bunch is their patented Active Winglet(tm) technology. While the award winning gizmo is a close cousin to a well deserved apex, the rest of the lineup is a slicker and sexier albeit a little less nutty. This is a good thing, because it means you’ll have more time to savor their new found zeal.
Developed by a photo-physical chemist, 37.5 technology removes sweat vapor before it becomes liquid sweat, improving the body’s natural evaporative cooling method. This allows the wearer to remain in optimal comfort and reduces energy used to manage core temperature.
The company said that the technology is permanently infused into fibers and yarns, meaning it will never wash out or degrade. It’s derived from naturally occurring mineral sources and is Oeko-Tex certified as skin safe and hypoallergenic.
In outdoor gear, sports apparel, designer clothing and workwear, police and military uniforms, footwear and sleep systems designed to help the body manage and maintain the optimal core temperature, 37.5(r) technology has been proven to increase performance. In fact, a University of Colorado study found that clothing made with 37.5(r) technology not only dried quickly but also extended athletes’ output at the lactate threshold and increased their efficiency by reducing the buildup of core temperature during exercise.
More recently, home partners have begun creating thermoregulating bedding with 37.5(r) technology–including sheets, blankets, pillows, toppers/pads and mattresses.
Introducing the latest and greatest in cooling shoes technology, ALDO has wowed consumers with innovative new ways to keep feet cool. From a cleverly engineered air circulating system to a sleek new app that allows customers to customize their shoe fit and feel, the footwear manufacturer is proving that comfort can still be stylish.
Embracing the trend towards a more holistic and balanced approach to fashion, ALDO aims to deliver an elevated brand experience through a comprehensive range of products and services that caters to the entire fashion connoisseur, all under one roof. From a newly minted digital first customer service team to the latest in wearable technologies, the shoemaker is stepping up its game to ensure that all customers leave with a complete package that is as stylish and comfortable as it is affordable.
To find out if this gimmick actually lives up to its hype, we took a closer look at its many merits.
3D printing is a revolutionary process that allows businesses to develop and produce products in a shorter time. It also reduces costs and offers a competitive advantage over the competition.
There are a number of different types of 3D printing technology, such as Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM), Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) and Stereolithography (SL). The most common is FDM, which uses a molten liquid/plastic material to build layers on a surface.
One of the great things about 3D printing is that it can be used to create custom designs without requiring complicated tooling or specialized expertise. This means that designers can think outside of the box and create a more unique product.
Hilos, a Portland-based startup, is using 3D printing to create shoes that are both sustainable and stylish. They use recycled fibers to make their shoes and are aiming for a circular economy mode of production.