Nobody likes to be cold, right? Sure we can all put a jacket on but sometimes the conditions call for something a little more capable.

Something that can do more than just keep the heat inside. Wouldn’t it be great if you could bag a jacket that does it in style, too?

The Gamma Jacket is available on Kickstarter right now and it ticks all of the boxes you could possibly want. And it’s all thanks to the use of graphene.

Introducing Gamma, the ultimate all-climate jacket. Gamma Jacket is a durable, lightweight, insulated jacket that doesn’t compromise function or fashion. Building on graphene’s amazing properties, Gamma is your everyday jacket, your travel jacket, your activewear, and your going-out jacket.

What makes this jacket so great is the way it can be used all year round and in all kinds of situations, whether you’re at the top of a mountain or on a night out. The use of graphene is what makes this thing so impressive, though.

Graphene is what makes Gamma unlike any other activewear. Graphene is a nano-lattice – just one atom thick, yet it’s stronger than diamond. Known as “supreme graphene” for its long list of properties and benefits, graphene is the thinnest, strongest, and most flexible known material.

A simple powerbank can be used to heat up the jacket in under 30 seconds as well.

Gamma’s heaters are powered by any power bank. Just plug it into the USB-A input in the inner pocket and the jacket will begin to heat up.

Combined with graphene’s thermoregulating properties, unlike other materials, Gamma will never overheat or ignite. Even if you leave the heater on or fall asleep in the jacket, there is no risk of burns or overheating.

You can order your own jacket, and find out more reasons why you need one in your life, over on Kickstarter right now using direct link of weargraphene.com. Orders begin at $295, too.

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