USA: Wacoal Scientists Develop Hi-Tech Sportswear Line
A new line of anatomically engineered athletic apparel designed to enhance the wearer's performance is being launched in the US for the first time this autumn. Developed by New York-based Wacoal Sports Science Corp, a wholly owned subsidiary of Japan's largest intimate apparel company Wacoal Corp, CW-X Performance Conditioning Wear is based around the principles of kinesiology - the study of human movement. It uses a patented built-in Conditioning Web made from compression panels which are sewn in to the garments to support key muscle groups and joints.
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