a high-tech jacket that features sensors for the most common urban poisons. Designed by Nieuwe Heren and design agency based in the Netherlands, the parka lights up when it detects hazardous levels of ammonia, carbon dioxide, and benzene. (The brighter the LEDs, the worse the air quality.) If getting out of Dodge isn’t an option, a built-in respirator with an activated carbon filter lets you breathe easier.
But that not all…
The garment itself uses Schoeller Ceraspace , a textured fabric derived from ceramic particles, which are far more abrasion- and heat-resistant then leather. It’s lined with with Schoeller PCM, a specialized textile that uses millions of Phase Change Materials microcapsules to balance out extreme temperatures in your personal ecosystem.