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Nike finally releases plus-size clothing line for women

Nike finally releases plus-size clothing line for women Way more women will be able to comfortably and stylishly head out for a jog or kick a ball around if Nike has anything to say about it.The athletic brand launched a plus-size clothing line with new sizes 1X through 3X on more than 200 products, including athletic shirts, pants, shorts and jackets.

Pro Concept Gear activewear protects your phone, keeps you cool during training

Pro Concept Gear activewear protects your phone, keeps you cool during training Pro Concept Gear (PCG) has got your back.This protective layer protects the phone from sweat and keeps any heat from the phone away from the wearer.

Go Reap Some Discounts on Mass Effect Gear From ThinkGeek

Go Reap Some Discounts on Mass Effect Gear From ThinkGeek The Mass Effect hype train is going faster than light right now, and ThinkGeek is hopping aboard with 20% off apparel and accessories sure to please every Shepard and FemShep in the galaxy.Inside, you’ll find gear to represent both N7 and the Andromeda Initiative (though not Cerberus, hmm).

Temperature-sensitive, adaptive fabric can reduce your wardrobe needs

Temperature-sensitive, adaptive fabric can reduce your wardrobe needs The fabric expands its insulating spaces when the temperature drops and contracts when it gets warmer.Called Othermaterial, the temperature-responsive fabric pairs synthetic fibers such as nylon, polyester, and polyolefin, all commonly used by contemporary clothing manufacturers.

ThreadRobe is a real-life version of the wardrobe from ‘Beauty and the Beast’

ThreadRobe is a real-life version of the wardrobe from ‘Beauty and the Beast’ After the drudgery of running the washing machine, few people are eager to fold their clothes and put them away.Instead of attempting to fold different articles of clothing, ThreadRobe hangs every item and operates more like a high-tech vending machine.

'The Melbourne Jacket' is kinda crazy, but so is Melbourne's weather

'The Melbourne Jacket' is kinda crazy, but so is Melbourne's weather The weather in Melbourne, Australia is notoriously erratic — you basically need to carry around your entire wardrobe just to cope.Currently seeking crowdfunding on Kickstarter, Tyler wants to make a jacket that can be adjusted as the weather changes.

Bemis’ Nylock adhesive infuses athletic wear with nylon-bonding technology

Bemis’ Nylock adhesive infuses athletic wear with nylon-bonding technology At this year’s Outdoor Retailer winter show, Bemis Associates showed off a new advancement in nylon-bonding technology that it’s calling Nylock.A new fabric adhesive and film technology, Nylock aims to reduce or eliminate problematic fabric joints on synthetic athletic wear and beyond.

This brilliant nonprofit helps women in eating disorder recovery get a free new wardrobe

This brilliant nonprofit helps women in eating disorder recovery get a free new wardrobe A new nonprofit is helping women tackle one of the most common but often overlooked challenges during eating disorder recovery: building a new wardrobe.will experience a clinically significant eating disorder at some time in their life.

Amazon may start producing clothing on-demand with patented factory

Amazon may start producing clothing on-demand with patented factory ” the best answer may be “Amazon,” even if it’s a one-of-a-kind article of clothing.The online shopping giant was recently granted a patent for on-demand apparel manufacturing, according to Recode.

Ivanka Trump's clothing is selling so poorly, the company making it secretly re-labelled it

Ivanka Trump's clothing is selling so poorly, the company making it secretly re-labelled it If people don't want to buy pieces from Ivanka Trump's clothing line, the only logical thing to do is change the labels and pretend the clothes are from another brand, right?As BoF stated, G-III—the company that owns the right to manufacture and distribute Ivanka's brand—admitted the garments were relabeled and sold without informing Trump's people.