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Clothes that capture CO2
Project manager: Aldo Sollazzo, Noumena. Fashion Tech designer: Laura Civetti, Noumena. Fashion designer: Anna Masclans. Computational designer: Eugenio Bettucchi, Noumena.
Want a world with cleaner air? Try on this coat for size. Aldo Sollazzo and the team at WEARPURE.tech have created a...See more
Surfers wave bye to nasty rubber wetsuits
To replace the neoprene content of conventional wetsuits, the Yulex rubber is blended with a small amount of synthetic rubber that gives it additional ozone and UV resistance. T.Davis©2016 Patagonia, Inc.
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