Stone Island's "Ice Knit" Sweater Changes Color With the Temperature

Made of thermo-sensitive yarn.

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Stone Island is constantly experimenting with a myriad of fabric treatments. Trailing its hand corrosion techniques for Spring/Summer 2017, the technical apparel giant now returns with a special thermo-sensitive sweatshirt for the cooler months. The meticulously-crafted top was made using a double-knit construction. More precisely, “the outer face is made in an exclusive thermo-sensitive yarn that drastically changes color when exposed to cold, while the inner one is in pure wool,” as per designboom.

The exclusive knitwear capsule is comprised of three distinct styles: ivory/anthracite, emerald/military green and yellow/orange. All three pieces are currently available for purchase via Stone Island’s mobile app. The sale is slated to conclude this September 13 so act fast while supplies last. Each piece will set you back approximately $1,913 USD.

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