Autumn / Winter 2010 UNIQLO Men’s HEATTECH – It’s Back!

UNIQLO’s HEATTECH is now a firm favourite in the UK, following the phenomenal sell-out success of the collection in 2009. Hailed as the only way to fight the cold and beat the big freeze, HEATTECH men’s clothing is designed to be worn on its own or as a layering piece.

Updated for AW2010 in both colour block shades, stripe and army patterns, the collection features 2009 best sellers; long and short sleeve t-shirts, polo necks, tank tops, and long-johns, but with addition of a wide selection of functional fashion accessories including hats, mufflers, neck warmers, socks and gloves.

UNIQLO developed HEATTECH in conjunction with leader fibre developer Toray Industries to create the perfect layering garment that retains all the body’s natural heat:

•HEAT GENERATING AND RETAINING – The highly absorbent rayon mix fabric absorbs the moisture generated by the body and converts it into heat. Tiny pockets of air are trapped between each fibre, making it hard for the generated heat to escape.

•MOISTURE RETAINING – Milk protein containing natural amino acids has been mixed with the fibres ensuring the fabric is smooth and soft to touch.

•ANTIBACTERIAL– Antibacterial agents have been woven into the fibres to help keep the fabric fresh.

•ABSORPTION and FAST-DRYING – HEATTECH quickly absorbs and diffuses moisture keeping you warm and dry at all times.

•STRETCHABILITY – HEATTECH stretches to a perfect fit for extra comfort and keeps its shape even after repeated washing.

Priced from £6.99, HEATTECH men’s clothing will be available in all UNIQLO UK stores and nationwide online at www.uniqlo.com/uk from September.

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