Best High-Tech Clothes Of 2020


Who would have thought that traditional clothing items can be enhanced with today’s modern technology? Some of these items of clothing feature meshed wiring woven into the fabric while others contain hardware that connects to an iPhone or Android smartphone. Although this may sound like science fiction, clothing items have been around for a while now, such as Bluetooth beanies. Some even use advanced engineering that works on a chemical level to add additional futuristic functionality.

From tracksuits that bathe your body in Far Infrared light to denim jackets that can track your Uber, smart clothes are well and truly here to stay. Below are some of the biggest high-tech clothing items that are available to purchase in both stores or online.

Levi’s Commuter x Jacquard

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Between Levi’s and Google, the Commuter x Jacquard is a part of their collaboration that is a non-stretch denim jacket that connects via Bluetooth. It can also control music volume, screen phone calls, and even get you directions by brushing or tapping the sleeve.

Tommy Jeans Xplore

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The Tommy Jeans Xplore fashion line features sweatshirts, hoodies, jeans, jackets, caps, and bags. Fitted with a special chip, each item can track how often the product is used and also where it’s worn.

Snapchat’s Spectacles 2

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Snapchat’s Spectacles 2, the second generation of smart glasses, boasts image quality for both recorded videos and photos, dual microphones for better sound recording, and faster transfer times.

Nadi X

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With Nadi X’s high-tech clothing, their yoga pants use haptic feedback to create short vibrations on the body part that you need to adjust. Plus, it can also sense when your yoga pose needs refining as well. The pants connect to an app that offers instructions on how you can optimize each pose in addition to proper yoga flows, which you can use to curate your yoga class.

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Under Armour’s Athlete Recovery

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Under Armour’s Athlete Recovery ranges of clothes that can absorb heat from the body and reflect it back onto the wearer’s skin as Far Infrared Light, a safe energy that is said to boost better muscle recovery and improve relaxation.

Sensoria Fitness Socks

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Sensoria Fitness Socks use advanced textile sensors that are built into each sock. Plus, it has a connected anklet device, which can detect precise data on how your foot lands while either walking or running. With its app, it can provide you various tips on how to improve your style while running. The product also tracks steps, altitude, speed, and even distance traveled.

Neviano Swimsuits

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Made in France, Neviano’s swimsuits is not the typical swimwear you could think of as it has a stylish aesthetic and high-tech functionality made by the integration of a UV sensor. This sensor is waterproof and connects to an iOS or Android device. It also sends alerts when UV levels are high and more sunscreen should be applied.

Siren Socks

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Referred to as the brand’s Diabetic Socks and Foot Monitoring System, the Siren’s smart socks use small sensors at six different locations to measure the temperature of the limb. Placed throughout the socks’ fabric, this data helps to detect ulcerations, which can often lead to amputations.

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