Introducing Copper Microbial Range
Copper has been used for thousands of years as a natural anti-bacterial agent – that is why copper coins were used in the past to sterilize water; we washed our clothes in a “copper” tub for a super clean, wine makers use copper in winemaking to get rid of bad aromas, hospitals use copper surfaces to neutralize microbes upon landing and we use colloidal copper as a hand sanitizer.
So copper clothing seems a logical extension in how we protect ourselves.
After all, we are now accustomed to wear face masks to protect us from a host of bugs and illnesses - but what about the rest of our body?
Wear New Zealand’s introduces it’s new anti microbial copper jersey range. This special fabric offers cutting edge nano technology to embed copper ions to the actual threads of our fabric which is then woven with other fibres to give the maximum of protection against airborne nasties.