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Perfect support - active moisture management - highest comfort. Superiority is in the details. The 3D Bionic Sphere System on the chest and back actively manages body temperature with its three-dimensional channels, while the innovative ridged construction creates extraordinary support without giving up comfort. The Fort-X Support is unrivaled: the X-shaped construction optimally stabilises breast tissue. The fine horizontal ridges control unnecessary movement, absorb moisture immediately and thus prevent chafing. At the same time, its construction inhibits a buildup of moisture.
Skin Nodor Skin Nodor is a climate-activated nano-filament which incorporates an inorganic, bacteriostatic ingredient in its interior. The gradual release of ions, which are activated by body heat, is the key to the effectiveness of Skin Nodor. These ions inhibit the growth of microorganisms rather than eliminating them outright, thus preserving the delicate balance of the skin‘s ecosystem. In other words, Skin Nodor is bacteriostatic (i.e. it inhibits bacterial growth), rather than bactericidal (bacteria-killing). Therefore, allergic reactions do not occur. Skin Nodor is especially soft and breathable and provides superior fit.
Mythlan A lightweight, pH neutral, hypoallergenic fibre. Reduces the accumulation of germs and bacteria.
3D-Bionic Sphere System Leaves residual moisture on the skin that the body does not interpret as dampness. We have no sensors for sweat. We can only perceive sweat mechanically once drops form and begin to trickle down. Only at that point do we register “wet”. Sweat Traps absorb this moisture before it is felt, drawing it away to be evaporated and disposing of it through thermal dynamics. Only a thin film of moisture remains on the skin. Cooling is of course not possible without moisture.
Sweat Traps Trap perspiration before you start to feel it. Wick perspiration away so it can evaporate using heat dynamics. A film of perspiration – too thin to be noticeable – is left behind to cool the skin.