Also on "Heat index" high-tech trend in workout gear. Cecilia Vega has more on this story that we first saw in "The New York times." Reporter: No workout is complete without a good sweat. Well, now... See More
Also on "Heat index" high-tech trend in workout gear. Cecilia Vega has more on this story that we first saw in "The New York times." Reporter: No workout is complete without a good sweat. Well, now the makers of the hottest workout gear are introducing high-tech fabrics that promise to keep you sweat-free and smelling fresher. Is this a trend we're seeing? It's a big one, athletic apparel is selling better than all other apparel so all these retailers are trying to get a bigger and bigger piece of the pie. Reporter: "The New York times" Elizabeth Harris wrote about this technologies, anti-odor and anti-sweat clothes are flooding the market with lululemon, under Armour, athlete, and Duluth trading company. Duluth even has buck naked underwear described as no sweat, no stink and no pinch. For the anti-sweat underwear helps sweat evaporate and the anti-stink stuff there's antimicrobial things in the thread so it doesn't hang on to odor. Working out has more to do with your own personal intensity. When it comes to technology, it makes working out more enjoyable. I am outfitted in the latest technology. This headband is anti-sweat. The shirt they tell me is anti-stink. These are sweat absorbing. I'm about to go on a run and put all this stuff on a test. I'll let you know how it does. I'm back from my run. I am significantly sweaty out of breath too as you can see. These clothes I have to say totally dry. As for the shirt whether or not it stinks I don't know that I want to submit anyone to try. I am wearing the clothes. This is an eye tie stink shirt and anti-sweatpants, the catch is you'll pay 10 to 90 bucks just for the pant as lone. Thanks for putting them to the test. They smell beautiful right now. I'm going to go work out.
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