View Full Version : Pushing the limit in smell proof clothing

Wise Old Owl
08-13-2012, 22:54

Agion - clothing that has a new tech to knock the B.O. and reduced washing.

check out the website - no doubt companies will latch on to sweeter smelling clothing.

08-13-2012, 23:13
where can u buy it

08-14-2012, 05:27
You can find agion in several products. Here is a link to a Woolrich base layer. http://www.woolrich.com/woolrich//browse/productDetail.jsp?icProduct=8230&icParent=searchResults&icSort=&icColor=DIN&icCategory=

Mrs Baggins
08-14-2012, 06:39
Under Armor uses silver nitrate. Those of us who are allergic to silver can't wear it. I've tried - it was like 1000s of tiny needles all over my skin. My husband is not allergic and yet he gets a similar reaction to UA - it makes him itch everywhere it touches. So I won't be trying anymore clothing using this technology. I also can't wear spandex (blisters my skin) and it's getting more and more difficult to find shirts that aren't "fitted" using spandex. I like straight polyester that feels like cotton, the way REI Tec Tees for women used to be. Northface made them for men and I could wear the Small size - now they don't have them either. :(

08-14-2012, 07:48
I think Mike Rowe should be given a shirt and test this product....I also through my shorts in the ring, thanks for posting Woo, I look forward to trying this out, as all my shirts stink to high heavens no matter how often they are washed, and that ain't cool.

Interesting how this same technology is also used in water treatment, and many others...I Love Science!

kayak karl
08-14-2012, 08:22
what's the fuss? ive gone 10 days on trail with no shower and i don't even notice a smell??

Wise Old Owl
08-14-2012, 12:30
cus its right under your nose... everything like bad breath after ten minutes stops smelling./

08-14-2012, 14:42

The noses of most animals will still be able to detect you by smell (and all that money I wasted on hunting clothes...!!).

08-14-2012, 16:12
I'm very curious as to how a synthetic shirt treated with this would perform relative to Merino wool for the stink factor. Also a Merino shirt treated vs. one not treated.

Llama Legs
08-14-2012, 16:47
my sister is the patent holder of a few medical products including one which uses fabric from a military supplier that has the same patented odor shield (I believe). At the time she starting using the fabric, the only other licensed uses were hunting and military. Now the good part, the patent is owned by a Martha Stewart company ;)

08-14-2012, 16:51
and that's a good thing.

08-18-2012, 11:15
where can u buy it

what for ? you wanna buy some ECO clothes ? :\

08-28-2012, 23:11
I have some high end swiss compression gear that is impervious to smelling. I've gone weeks in one pair on the at and they smelled like I just bought them when I got back home.

01-23-2013, 04:32
it's very good. I am looking forward to.

01-23-2013, 07:36
Now you can sit around the campfire with your friends and family and not smell like ass, and that's a good thing.

01-23-2013, 08:08
it's very good. I am looking forward to.While looking forward, you get one of these, :welcome

to white blaze.

01-25-2013, 17:29
If you whiped your hiney better you probably wouldnt smell like ass lol

Wise Old Owl
01-25-2013, 17:36
Interesting statement - Bed bugs find us with the incredible smell-and- resonable vision... so when I check an early infestation in a bed I only have to check two places - near the feet and ankles - and the face - where they pick up on carbon dioxide and other triggers.