By David Ponce
Your body is not all created equal. Your stinking armpits get a lot hotter than, say, your kneecap, which in turn is likely to idle at a different temperature than your groin or your chest. Enter the revolutionary X-Undergear, contextually thermosensitive undergarments.
Of course, by contextually, I don’t mean contextually at all. I don’t really know what I’m trying to say, at least not in an elegant way. So. The garment, through use of new and patented 37°CCR-Technology, gets hot when you’re cold and cold when you’re hot. From my very limited understanding of it, it’s some sort of body suit that will redistribute excess heat from one part of the body (that has too much of it) to another (that needs it).