You can finally bike to work
Commuting to work via bike is a great way to get exercise and save on gas money but if your office has a strict dress code it may seem like you can't both ride a bike and wear a suit.
Professional attire doesn't mix well with bikes, even when it’s carefully folded and carried in a garment bag. Typically the current solution to the clothing problem is the same for most commuting variables: stash as much stuff at the office as possible. Most commuters store their entire professional wardrobe at work and drop off laundry and dry cleaning nearby. However it is still a physical and logistical nightmare.
To solve this problem Kuul Thread has responded with a performance dress shirt made from PCM-Phase Change Materials. PCM fabric was first developed for NASA to protect astronauts from the extreme temperature fluctuations in space. Kuul Thread utilizes for its dress shirts, PCM fabric that absorbs, stores and releases heat for optimal thermal comfort. This technology gives the ability to continually regulate skin's micro climate. As the skin gets hot, the heat is absorbed, and as it cools, that heat is released. This performance dress shirt will proactively manage heat while controlling the production of moisture (sweat) before it begins.