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LifeLabs manufactured a line of clothing made from lightweight material that keeps people warmer in winter and cooler in summer.

A clothing apparel company, LifeLabs, made a smart clothing line. They used proprietary technology to make warmer, breathable clothes.

According to Treehugger, they claim this clothing will keep you 21°F warmer and 2 degrees cooler, with 30% less material.

"WarmLife uses less than a paper clip’s worth of aluminum to reflect 100% of your radiant body heat back onto your skin, with 30 percent less material than similar items for a higher warmth-to-weight ratio. WarmLife allows you to pack lighter, move more freely and lower your environmental footprint."

LifeLabs uses ultra-breathable and lightweight fabrics that ensure a comfortable fit. 

The unit for insulating clothing value is called “Clo.” One clo is equivalent to 70 degrees. This is the thermal insulation needed to keep a person comfortable while at rest.

LifeLabs says the clo value of their clothing is the same as a typical down jacket, with 30% less material used.

The company says clothing has a huge energy-saving potential that shouldn’t be ignored. They plan to expand this to other fabrics, such as car seats.

Marina is passionate about sustainability and works to help ensure our planet stays as our home for a long time. She takes part in environmental conservation by recycling and not buying single-use plastic.

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