Well, those days could be long behind you thanks to wearable tech. Engadget reports that there’s a shirt that heats up to keep your temperature just right. It’s called FuelWear Flame Base Layer and can be adjusted to your desired temperature.
“The shirt can provide warmth for anywhere between 3 to 12 hours depending on how much heat it puts out, but all day ‘use’ isn’t out of the question — an embedded sensor keeps track of how warm the body is, allowing the shirt to deactivate during active movement (running, snow skiing) or when the wearer walks into a hot room,” according to Engadget.
Developers are reportedly targeting a $250 price when it launches. More