Spies in movies ignore one important factor: smell, which means, in real life, a pair of smelly feet could attract unnecessary attentions and worst, blow your cover now that all eyes are on you. The culprit of this stench is the three glasses worth of shaken martini a person’s feet could produce in a day. But thanks to a young technical clothing startup, Impeccable Maison, sweat-laden feet could be the thing of the past and so will the associated nose-assaulting odor. Their invention, aptly Stealth Socks, promised to keep your feet dry, odor-free and nice and comfy.
Said to fashioned after James Bond’s gadget R&D Q-branch, Stealth Socks is made from state-of-the-art fabric that contains bacteriostatic silver ions to prevent growth of odor-emitting microbes and porous carbon nanoparticles to eliminate what’s left and wick away bodily fluid. In addition, strategically-placed cushions aid in relieving pressure at high-impact zones and prevents ankle rubbing/chafing, and ventilation, in the form of breathable open-weave mesh, enhances comfort and breathability to further discourage odor formation.
Furthermore, a polymeric matrix thread design helps to retain the nano-agents to ensure it works as it should even after hundred-plus washes, while dual-coiled fibers and polymer threads-reinforced key wear spots worked together to ensure durability and product longevity. Finally, a specialized arch band and self-adjusting cuff keeps the socks from falling or shifting, cos’ it is not a pleasant experience to be bending down to adjust your socks in a gun fight.
Maison Impeccable Stealth Socks will be hitting Kickstarter sometime in February. Do look out for them if you wish to keep your feet fresh all-day. And why wouldn’t anyone? Imagine going to your date’s home and relieving your feet at his or her door only be greeted by pungent smell. Imagine. If Maison Impeccable Stealth Socks work as promised, it would be among the world’s greatest invention and a God send for anyone who suffers from multiple martini cups of sweat.
submitted via TIP US page.