Ministry of Supply has always impressed with their scientific approach to redesigning clothing to make it more functional without sacrificing style. They’ve outdone themselves again with Mercury, an intelligent heated jacket that uses machine learning to heat your body to the optimal temperature through carbon-fiber heating pads. Using a battery stored in a dedicated pocket, Mercury can get up to 135º F in a mere 90 seconds to make sure your commute is as warm and toasty as you want it to be. Unlike other heated jacket options, Mercury gathers information about temperature, motion data and user preference to modulate power based on your individual use case. Despite the fact that Mercury packs more technology than your first phone, it’s still sleek and stylish–like a subdued puffer jacket with a cleaner silhouette. This is a jacket you’re going to be wearing everyday, so they also built it with 4-way stretch and waterproof/windproof properties.
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