Head To Space With Jockey’s New NASA-Approved Fabric

Bianca Posterli / May 10, 2010

My grandmother always credited undershirts as the key to staying healthy in the winter, and Jockey seems to share her sentiments. The company is reinventing their products with a special fabric originally developed to keep NASA astronauts comfortable during temperature fluctuations in space. For spring 2011 Jockey International will launch a new collection called Smart Fabric, making it cool for everyone to wear undershirts. And this isn’t just a winter trend; the undergarments will do double duty by keeping you warm in the winter and cool in the summer. The women’s line includes a reversible T-shirt, a tank, a bikini, and a hipster brief, and everything comes in packs (two tops or three undies) costing $21 apiece. Now those childhood dreams of heading to space can come true in at least the sartorial way. [WWD]