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This Discounted T-Shirt Is More Tech Than You Need

Rhone made its Celliant Tee with more fitness tech than we’re used to, including one that helps regulate blood flow.

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We should all ask more of our t-shirts. It’s no longer enough that they fit us well, that they’re not only comfortable while relaxing at home but also an hour into a workout. Now, they have to help us shed sweat, control odor and keep us cool or warm depending on the temperature. Some work beyond even that, like Rhone’s Celliant Tee, which is currently on sale at Huckberry for 31 percent off.

According to Rhone, the Celliant Tee increases athletes’ blood flow and aids in effective oxygen use. It does that with one key ingredient that’s right in its name: Celliant. Celliant has been implemented in a wide range of products that includes sheets and ski boots as, according to the company that produces it, “a proprietary mineral matrix that can be embedded into the core of a yarn.” There, it works to recycle the heat emitted by your body as infrared light to provide more energy and as a result aid in muscle performance and recovery.

We’re not sure whether Celliant’s claims are true or not. Even if they aren’t, Rhone’s athletic t-shirt looks good, is plenty comfy during exercise and offers a host of benefits before managing blood flow. Maybe, in the end, that’s enough for a t-shirt (plus that nice discount).

Buy Now: $74 $51

Gear Patrol also recommends:
Outdoor Voices EcoMesh T-Shirt ($45)
The North Face Better Than Naked Short-Sleeve ($50)
Rhone Method Short Sleeve ($74)

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