Silic Stain-Proof Shirt

Jan 24, 2014

Category: Style

The good news about Silic? It cleans itself. Liquids literally bounce off the thing. The bad news? You won’t be able to wear it in time for this year’s Super Bowl party, when you traditionally come home with the equivalent of a Ruby Tuesday’s salad bar on your chest. Made with hydrophobic nanotechnology, this soft, breathable shirt repels all comers, from soda and beer to ketchup and exorcism vomit (should you decide to enter the priesthood and use this as your undershirt). Even sweat, that pesky partner of effort, is refused entry in Silic’s pits.

Creator Aamir Patel is partnering with a former designer from the Vera Wang Collection to make the shirt look and feel good, and the Silicon Valley-based production facility he’s using has done previous work with Nike and Levis. The shirt will be available in black or white, and it’s expected to start shipping in May. Watch the video below. [Purchase]

More From Style

Featured Image

Queen Guitarist Brian May Now Has His Own Signature Seiko Dive Watch

Inspired by the musician's one-of-a-kind 'Red Special' guitar.

Posted By

Jan 23, 2020

Featured Image

Converse’s ‘Breaking Barriers’ Sneakers Honor The NBA’s Integration Pioneers

Honoring three of the sport’s most socially legendary players.

Posted By

Jan 22, 2020

Featured Image

The 12 Best Dive Watches Under $1,000

Superb ocean-going timepieces for buyers on a budget.

Posted By

Jan 21, 2020

Featured Image

Audemars Piguet Finally Builds Their Iconic Royal Oak Watch With Titanium

Ensuring adequate measurement of mankind’s most volatile construct.

Posted By

Jan 21, 2020

Featured Image

This Sleek Silver Carrera Chronograph Honors TAG Heuer’s 160th Anniversary

Limited to just 1,860 examples and a boasting new Caliber Heuer 02 movement.

Posted By

Jan 20, 2020

Featured Image

Barbour Honors 125 Years Of Outerwear With Its ‘Gold Standard’ Sub-Brand

A testament to the company’s extensive history and experience.

Posted By

Jan 20, 2020