Airduct-Shoulder Pads The anatomically-shaped structures retain their quality. Air suspension even under mechanical pressure, like that of heavy protective suits.
Neuro-Response Effect Effector technology uses findings from neurophysiology to enhance performance. With X-Bionic Partial Compression it exerts constant, targeted impulses on the peripheral nerve cells and puts them on constant alert. This permanently active connection to the central nervous system enables optimised muscle work and creates decisive performance advantages.
Sweat Traps Excess moisture transport. Sweat forms a fine film of moisture on the skin. Drops are collected in the sweat traps and led to the evaporation surface expander. Evaporation takes place on three levels: On the skin to cool down, in the sweat traps excess moisture can be processed, on the Evaporation Surface Expander to final evaporation of excess moisture.
X-Bionic Partial Compression X-Bionic partial compression takes advantage of compression without neglecting cooling. Sport generates heat. In extreme situations up to 1,200 watts. The athlete releases 90 % of these through the skin and thus maintains his body temperature at 37 °C. The X-Bionic partial compression exerts pressure in a targeted manner via 1 mm thick bars. To the left and right of this, a pressure-free zone is created without the application of mechanical pressure, which could have a negative effect on the skin's blood circulation. The blood vessels remain open. Partial compression takes the skin into account as a cooling surface and can thus optimise the human climate balance for better performance.
3D-Bionic Sphere System The 3D-Bionic Sphere System leaves the skin with residual moisture that the body does not feel as wet. There are no sensors for sweat. It’s only when drops form and run that we perceive "wetness" via this mechanical stimulus. Sweat Traps absorb this moisture before it can be felt, cause it to evaporate and dispose of it through the dynamics of heat. Back on the skin remains an imperceptible film of moisture that cools. Because: No sweat - no cooling.
AirComPlex zone At the solar plexus, directly below the twelfth thoracic vertebra, important nerve cords of the organs meet. Information that influences the overall well-being flows past here. Enclosed warm air provides optimum insulation in cold conditions. During physical exertion, the structure processes excess sweat and ensures a good, cool feeling in the stomach.
ISO Pad The targeted insulation of individual parts of the body against ambient cold can prevent the body from cooling down. For this reason, ISO pads store the necessary body heat via the hip bones to maintain the function of the internal organs.
ISO-Shoulder ISO-Shoulder forms an insulating layer that prevents the penetration of cold. Excellent protection against cooling upper body clothing.
Heat transfer zone The extremely fine weave between the compression and the ribs allows for optimal heat development.
37°C CCR technology 37°C CCR technology, developed by X-Techonology, helps your body regulate its temperature and lets your body temperature rise. Energy reserves support your performance. It keeps you warm when you’re cold and cool when you sweat.