With all of the record heat we've been getting lately, any commute that includes even a brief walk outside is likely to leave your shirt dripping with sweat. To help you to keep your cool, a group of MIT graduates have used technology developed for the space program to make a shirt that can actually regulate your body temperature.
The Ministry of Supply Apollo shirt uses something called phase change fabric, which wicks away sweat and absorbs heat when you're out in the steamy heat, then releases the heat again once you're back indoors and sitting in your meat locker chilled office.
The temperature regulation amounts to just a couple of degrees, but the Ministry of Supply people say this is enough to make a dramatic difference in your comfort level.
The team has already raised more than six times their Kickstarter goal, so I guess there must be a lot of sweaty office workers out there. The U.S. made Apollo shirt is expected to retail for $129 once it get to retail, so by pledging $95 you can get in on the ground floor with a custom made shirt at a substantial discount.