Atlas Carbonized Coffee-infused Socks - Perfect for Stinky Feet
The Ministry of Supply has funded on Kickstarter a project to make your feet a little fresher - Carbonized Coffee-infused socks. They claim it's like a Brita filter in your shoe. If you're tired of stinky feet that are also in pain, then your socks are to blame. We're big on running and cycling and can assure you if you don't have the right socks the job will take a lot more pain and effort to get done and be uber stinky. The Ministry of Supply takes this same approach to your long work day, and the Atlas filter in the socks will get your day complete with a freshness unmatched by other socks.
Key features include:
- ATLAS is moisture wicking, designed for comfort, and built to keep you cool and supported all day long.
- Atlas is like a Brita Filter for your feet: made of Carbonized Coffee it filters and absorbs sweat and odor.
- Bodymapped design of the sock gives you comfort and support all day. Robotically knit for precision - like 3D printing for clothes.
Atlas Carbonized Coffee-infused Socks keep your feet fresh all day long.
Okay and what does coffee do?
The moisture wicking, heat management, and comfort capabilities of ATLAS are all made possible through its unique combination of fibers, a blend made up of cotton, recycled polyester and carbonized coffee. Atlas uses carbonized coffee which has been reclaimed from coffee roasters and shops, and is processed through a pharmaceutical process to remove the coffee oils (so it won’t smell like coffee!) and is then infused into recycled polyester yarns thus helping to filter the odor. The fabric is 3X more effective at absorbing odor molecules than regular cotton.
Atlas Carbonized Coffee-infused Socks are not available except to Kickstarter backers right now, but the Ministry of Supply will probably have them later this year for everyone else to buy.
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Posted by Jay Brewer at September 27, 2013 7:50 AM