Gas treatment lets wetsuits retain body heat 3 times longer

A couple of years ago, researchers from MIT created a beaver fur-inspired material that could be used to produce warmer wetsuits. Now, a different group of MIT scientists have devised a process that lets existing wetsuits retain body heat three times longer than normal…
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The coreheat dry-on-the-inside wetsuit

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