Repelling swine flu never looked so hot. This week in Japan, menswear company Haruyama Trading announced the launch of its stylish anti-swine flu suit. The wool suit is coated with titanium dioxide, which chemically breaks down virus, mold and odor molecules on contact when exposed under sunlight. The effect is supposed to last even after the suit is washed more than 20 times.
The suit costs about US$590 and “will go on sale from Saturday mainly at Haruyama stores across the country,” according to the Manichi Daily News.
If you think this is cool, check out Haruyama’s other stuff, like their waterproof suit. Too bad they only sell in Japan!