Get a Better Night’s Sleep With Therapedic Cooling Sheets Featuring brrr°

Many people overheat and sweat at night, and pajamas cooling sheetsand bedding can trap body heat and make the problem worse.

Get a better night’s sleep with new Therapedic cooling sheets featuring brrr° Triple Chill Effect technology. They’re available exclusively at BedBathandBeyond.com.

Therapedic brrr° sheets have natural cooling minerals, active wicking, and rapid drying to draw heat and moisture away from your skin to keep you comfortable and dry all night long.

The new line of Therapedic brrr° sheets have a thread count of 500, and the sets come with a flat sheet, fitted sheet, and pillowcases with a European envelope closure for a more polished look.

Fitted sheets feature extra wide elastic to hug mattresses up to 18 inches deep, and include directional labels for easier bed making. The sheets are available in several colors, and they are washable and naturally wrinkle free.

Click Here to get your Therapedic Sheets made better with brrrº 


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Trendsetters: brrr°, Chilling Out by Mary Ann DeMuth

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At Atlanta-based brrr°, cool has become really hot. That’s because the textile technology company has figured out how to create yarn and fabric that can reduce skin temperature by two to three degrees, and national brands are jumping at the chance to make their products chill out.

The technology incorporates what brrr° calls the triple-chill effect, a combination of cooling minerals embedded in the yarn, accompanied by moisture-wicking and rapid-drying properties. Cotton, nylon and polyester blends; rayon; and spandex are among the types of yarn and fabric brrr° licenses to companies such as baseball cap distributor The Game, Greenville, S.C.-based Southern Tide clothing, The Gap, Jos. A. Bank, Men’s Wearhouse and DOWNLITE bedding.

Mary-Cathryn Kolb, a veteran of Tom’s Shoes and Spanx, launched brrr° in 2014 after pursuing the idea of clothes that could help people feel cooler – not warmer – and learning all she could about what it takes to be a successful startup.

“I always knew that I would start my own company one day,” she says. “I’d been looking for that window of opportunity to claim something as mine. That allowed me to be a great student of the companies I worked for, from operations, logistics, culture and management. I was able to conclude that you have to have the full package to be successful.”

She compiled a business plan and started raising capital, then quickly established a board of directors and began hiring her team of 11. Kolb determined that Taiwan, where she says leading-edge textile technology is born, would be the ideal location for manufacturing what she hoped would be an industry disruptor. She says it was critical for all these elements to come together fast and in parallel.

Kolb was fortunate to link up with launchpad2X, an Atlanta-based program that fosters the growth of female entrepreneurs. She also found support from Georgia Tech’s business incubator, the Advanced Technology Development Center, and Venture Atlanta, an annual conference that connects investors with technology companies.

“Atlanta is a welcoming community for startups,” she says. “I’ve had such pleasure to be able to grow with such like-minded people.”

In addition to fabric and yarn already being made into bedding, caps, men’s dress shirts and women’s clothing, brrr° this year will launch denim and a faux leather that will be tested in Ford minivans in China. Kolb says the company recently filed patents on its next technology, which she describes as “the Uber of textiles,” referring to the industry disruption she expects from the new products.

“brrr° is incredibly fortunate to have a great product that is selling in the market,” she says. “Our current customers have doubled orders [for this year]. All of this is happening because we have an incredible team. We all care about what we’re doing, we believe in the product and we’re having a good time.”

 

Source: https://www.georgiatrend.com/2019/03/01/trendsetters-brrr/


Light Layers Create Comfort During Transitional Weather

It’s a tricky time of year, with chilly temperatures in the morning followed by warm afternoons and cool evenings.

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brrrº fabrics are proven to keep you cooler

To stay comfortable all day long, choose a couple of light layers so you can add or remove warmth throughout the day.

Polos or these button-down brrr° performance shirts by Southern Tide paired with a light sweater or cardigan are a great choice for the office. For more formal wear for business meetings, you can’t beat the Jos. A. Bank 1905 Collection of suits featuring a brrr° comfort lining.

For Casual Fridays, trips to the gym and casual weekend wear, we love this men’s Hybrid Short Sleeve Crewneck T-Shirt from The Gap featuring brrr° cooling technology to keep you dry and cool all day long.

If you tend to overheat at night, this line of brrr° High Performance Cooling Sheet Sets by Downlite will help you stay comfortable so you get better quality rest.

brrr°’s cooling natural minerals are embedded right into the yarn of the fabric, so it won’t ever face or wash out. We combine the minerals with active wicking and rapid drying to create a “Triple Chill Effect” that outperforms other products in independent lab tests.


brrr° CEO & Founder Kolb Joins ABC Leadership Trust

 

Congratulations to brrr° Founder & CEO Mary-Cathryn Kolb in being invited to join the Atlanta Business Chronicle’s Leadership Trust.

The Leadership Trust brings together business executives in major cities to share insights and advice with their peers.

Executives have discussed topics such as how to raise early-stage capital, how to find the best vendors for professional services such as legal and marketing, and how to navigate challenges that are common in a startup’s early years.

Kolb will be featured in virtual roundtables and articles in the coming months, and we’ll be sure to share them here and on our social channels. Kolb was named Small Business Person of the Year in 2018 by the Atlanta Business Chronicle, the leading business paper in metro Atlanta.

 

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brrr° Expands Sales Team with Textile Veterans Kremidas & Henao

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We’re excited to add a pair of seasoned textile and apparel industry veterans to team brrr°.

Molly Kremidas and Valentina Henao bring half of a century of combined experience and knowledge to brrr°’s growing sales team.

Kremidas was formerly Director of Sales for North America for compostable packaging firm TIPA. Earlier in her career, she oversaw product innovation and marketing at Nilit and worked at the C9 collaboration between Target Corp. and Champion (now part of Hanes Brands Inc.).

Henao ran her own independent fabric consultancy for several years before joining brrr°, and earlier in her career, she worked at ITW Graphics Asia, Rethink Fabric, The Dow Chemical Company and The Moret Group. She began her career in sourcing at DuPont and INVISTA.

“Molly and Valentina bring incredible knowledge and relationships across the entire industry to brrr°, and we are so pleased to have them,” said Julie Brown, Vice President of Sales at brrr°.

 

 


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Southern Tide Debuts brrr° Performance Collection in New Partnership

brrr° is excited to announce a major new partnership with Southern Tide, one of the largest coastal lifestyle brands.

Southern Tide is introducing a new line of cooling performance clothing for its Spring/Summer 2019 men’s collection.

The innovative line of apparel includes the men’s gulf short, polos and other sport shirts that will keep men dry, cool and comfortable on even the hottest days.

“Each season Southern Tide looks to provide its customers with the latest in style, fabrication and innovation,” said Southern Tide CEO Christopher Heyn. “brrr°’s pioneering innovation will better expand our performance wear offerings. We are excited to introduce this technology to our customers and expect big things from the partnership.”

brrr° creates a “Triple Chill Effect” by combining the powers of natural cooling minerals, active wicking and rapid drying to draw heat and moisture away from the skin.

The brrr° line will be available at Southern Tide signature stores and through wholesale partners beginning in late February, and it will also be showcased at www.southerntide.com.

Additional Southern Tide clothing featuring brrr° will be available later this year.


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Coral Coast Bermuda Shorts With brrr° Keep Men Cool & Comfortable

Coral Coast Clothing’s signature line of Bermuda shorts for men just got even more comfortable.

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Bermuda Performance Shorts powered by brrr° 

The premium island lifestyle brand is launching a new line of men’s Bermuda Performance Shorts powered by brrr° cooling technology for Spring/Summer 2019.

The shorts were inspired by the birthplace of the popular Bermuda style, and offer laid back comfort that transitions flawlessly from work to play to sports to leisure time and everything in between.

“Style and comfort are central to everything we do, and adding brrr° performance cooling technology to our bestselling line of Bermuda Shorts will keep men dry, comfortable and confident all day long,” said Adam Petty, Co-founder and Creative Director of Coral Coast Clothing.

brrr° uses natural cooling minerals, active wicking and rapid drying to create a Triple Chill Effect that is instant and permanent. It draws heat and moisture away from the skin to keep people cool and comfortable all day long, and the cooling powers are independently lab tested and proven.

Coral Coast Clothing Bermuda Performance Shorts with brrr° cooling technology will be available at www.coralcoastclothing.com and at Coral Coast’s retail store near the waterfront in downtown Hamilton, Bermuda, beginning this spring.

 


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Why Cooling Fabric Keeps You More Comfortable in the Winter Months

People often ask us why they should use brrr° cooling fabric in the winter.

The thing is, we still overheat and get sweaty even when it’s cold outside.c

When we exercise or sit in an overheated room at the office or crowd into a packed room for a social gathering, many of us get hot and clammy. 

Fabrics that could draw away the heat and moisture would help keep us more comfortable and refreshed.

brrr° technology combines natural cooling minerals, active wicking, and rapid drying to create a Triple Chill Effect that keeps you feeling fresh and confident all day long and all year long.

The cooling properties of our fabric are independently lab tested and verified, which means they are proven to keep you cooler.

Find out how brrr° cooling technology can make your fabric even better. You can reach out to us here.


Still looking for the perfect gift for him?

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Jos. A. Bank Sportcoat made with brrrº Cooling Technology

The man who has everything is hard to shop for. 

Give the gift of confidence and comfort with a new sportcoat, suit or dress shirt made with brrr° fabric that will keep him dry all year long.

The new 1905 Collection by Jos. A. Bank features modern patterns and a variety of colors that will make his holiday merry and bright.

The 1905 Collection combines form and function thanks to brrr°’s Triple Chill Effect technology that harnesses the power of natural cooling minerals, active wicking, and rapid drying.

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Sleep soundly with brrr° cooling sheets

Waking up in the middle of the night tangled in hot sweaty sheets is the worst. 

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Better quality sleep with brrr° Cooling Sheets

Night sweats, hot flashes and overheating disrupts our sleep cycles and can make us groggy and cranky the next day. 

Get better quality sleep with brrr° High Performance Cooling Sheets by Downlite.

These super soft knit sheets and pillowcases use natural cooling minerals to draw away heat, wick away moisture and dry faster to keep you comfortable and fresh until it’s time to rise and shine.

They’re machine washable, and the cooling sensation won’t ever fade or wash out because the brrr° Triple Chill Effect is part of the structure of the fabric.