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Cooling Body Suit for A Sports Player to Stay Cool

Football (soccer) players run most of the time during the game, according to statistic, a soccer player runs for about 7.5 to 9 miles per game. This body suit has been designed to enhance the player body’s natural ability to stay cool, especially when they play sport. The design combines our body’s natural ability and sophisticated material to create conceptual body suit proposal for Adidas.

Sweating is a natural way for our body to maintain body temperature, to cool us down. There are certain spots on our body with veins closer to the surface of the body called superficial veins, these spots help to regulate our body temperature. By cooling these areas also helps in cooling the overall body.

Designer : Shubhaya Sinha

Cooling Body Suit by Shubhaya Sinha

Cooling Body Suit by Shubhaya Sinha

Cooling Body Suit by Shubhaya Sinha

Cooling Body Suit by Shubhaya Sinha

Tuvie has received “Cooling Body Suit” project from our ‘Submit A Design‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their design/concept for publication.

Cooling Body Suit for A Sports Player to Stay Cool is originally posted on Tuvie - Modern Industrial Design

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