A Thermochromic(Heat-sensitive) fabric adjusts to how hot, cold or sweaty the wearer is to help them reach the perfect temperature.
When the yarn is hot, it collapses into a tight bundle, effectively opening gaps in the fabric to enable heat loss. The opposite effect occurs when the textile is cold: the fibres expand, reducing gaps to prevent heat escaping.
Our Thermochromic(Heat-sensitive) Fabric have various colors and activation temperatures. When the temperature rises over certain degree, the paint turns from one color to another or from color to colorless (translucent white). But the process is reversible- when it gets cold/hot, the fabric turns back to its original color.