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Mission unveils VaporActive apparel line for men, women

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Mission, known for its thermoregulation apparels, has launched its new collection of VaporActive clothing for both men and women. Powered by 37.5 technology, the new assortment is infused with naturally derived active particles embedded at the fibre level. These particles use the body’s naturally occurring infrared energy to rapidly attract, capture and evaporate moisture – keeping you cool, dry and comfortable.

It also helps the wearer’s body more efficiently maintain an ideal core temperature, so as he/she can use energy to push past limits and maximize peak performance.

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The clothing line will consist primarily of T-shirts, shorts and underwear for men, and Tees, tanks, bras and capris for women. The collection will be available for sale at Amazon, East Dane, Dick’s Sporting Goods and on the Mission website.

 

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