Imagine workout gear that reacts to your heartbeat, changing color to let you know your heart’s bpm while you’re working up a sweat. Radiate Athletics is trying to fund their Kickstarter campaign to make such apparel a reality with their advanced workout shirt that changes color according to your body heat, revealing muscular/vascular action while keeping you dry. If you want to alleviate the soreness after your workout, take a look at our UnderArmour recharge energy suit review too.

The Radiate shirt finally allows us to see calories as they burn, muscles as they reach their maximum output, vascular activation, and body temperature as it increases in key areas of your body. The shirt allows you to see the muscles you are targeting, the ones you may be neglecting, and their specific intensity level. Thanks to re-engineered NASA technology that changes the way electrons reflect light in the presence of body warmth, the shirt now lets you see your body’s personal heat signature (even as it fluctuates). It also keeps you cool by moving your body warmth away from your body while simultaneously translating your body’s heat into the color spectrum. It also sports revolutionary new fabric that feels like silk to the body, but has the support and durability that will carry you through the most extreme sports. If you pledge $25 or more you can get a Radiate Shirt that goes from various colors (like purple or navy) to white. There’s also a women’s tank if you give $30 or more.


Kristie Bertucci

Kristie Bertucci is an L.A.-based writer, who can't live without her MacBook Pro. When she's not writing, she's either reading or shopping (online, of course) and loves lazy days so she can catch up on her DVR-recorded shows and movies. She's definitely a Mac girl, she loves music and is currently on a mission to to have an insane and enviable iTunes library.

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    Sorry to tell you guys that this company has scammed thousands of their original backers from kickstarter. Very few of us have received our product and the few that did were upset that the ink washed off easily. We have all been scammed by their bogus updates and false promises. The CEO “Kenny” has dodged us all and continues to scam people all over the world. Many of us have filed a complaint with the Attorney General and with our banks. Luckily, some of us were able to get our money back, even after 2.5 years…others were not so lucky. My advice would be not to buy from this company unless you feel like donating more money to these con artists. Good Luck

  2. This would have been really helpful if it were actually a review of the product rather than just talking about it. Their website already does that, so does their kickstarter page. Nevertheless, thanks for talking about it.

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