New cooling gloves help athletes beat heat

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New cooling gloves help athletes beat heat

Electronics maker Sharp says it has come up with a new material based on its liquid crystal technology that could help athletes tackle the problem of overheating. It's being used in special gloves that can maintain a safe body temperature, even in hot weather.

Sharp says the material can keep the skin near a safe 20 degrees Celsius, which has the knock-on effect of holding core temperature down.

It's working on the gloves with sporting goods manufacturer Descente and consulting firm Wingate.

Sharp says it hopes to refine the product and get it to market by next spring.

Electronics maker Sharp says it has come up with a new material based on its liquid crystal technology that could help athletes tackle the problem of overheating. It's being used in special gloves that can maintain a safe body temperature, even in hot weather.

Sharp says the material can keep the skin near a safe 20 degrees Celsius, which has the knock-on effect of holding core temperature down.

It's working on the gloves with sporting goods manufacturer Descente and consulting firm Wingate.

Sharp says it hopes to refine the product and get it to market by next spring.

Electronics maker Sharp says it has come up with a new material based on its liquid crystal technology that could help athletes tackle the problem of overheating. It's being used in special gloves that can maintain a safe body temperature, even in hot weather.

Sharp says the material can keep the skin near a safe 20 degrees Celsius, which has the knock-on effect of holding core temperature down.

It's working on the gloves with sporting goods manufacturer Descente and consulting firm Wingate.

Sharp says it hopes to refine the product and get it to market by next spring.

Electronics maker Sharp says it has come up with a new material based on its liquid crystal technology that could help athletes tackle the problem of overheating. It's being used in special gloves that can maintain a safe body temperature, even in hot weather.

Sharp says the material can keep the skin near a safe 20 degrees Celsius, which has the knock-on effect of holding core temperature down.

It's working on the gloves with sporting goods manufacturer Descente and consulting firm Wingate.

Sharp says it hopes to refine the product and get it to market by next spring.

Electronics maker Sharp says it has come up with a new material based on its liquid crystal technology that could help athletes tackle the problem of overheating. It's being used in special gloves that can maintain a safe body temperature, even in hot weather.

Sharp says the material can keep the skin near a safe 20 degrees Celsius, which has the knock-on effect of holding core temperature down.

It's working on the gloves with sporting goods manufacturer Descente and consulting firm Wingate.

Sharp says it hopes to refine the product and get it to market by next spring.

Electronics maker Sharp says it has come up with a new material based on its liquid crystal technology that could help athletes tackle the problem of overheating. It's being used in special gloves that can maintain a safe body temperature, even in hot weather.

Sharp says the material can keep the skin near a safe 20 degrees Celsius, which has the knock-on effect of holding core temperature down.

It's working on the gloves with sporting goods manufacturer Descente and consulting firm Wingate.

Sharp says it hopes to refine the product and get it to market by next spring.

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Fri, 09/13/2019 - 00:00