One insanely successful Kickstarter later, they launched their first dress shirt. They started with “Phase Change Material,” a NASA fabric that protects astronauts from wildly varying temperatures. It draws heat away from the body before you sweat. More incredibly, the PCM stores that heat until you need it. Step into an overly air conditioned office, and the heat is released back to you.
But Ministry didn’t stop there. They wove the PCM into more traditional fabrics and kept analyzing—mapping how the body moves, seeing where other garments fall short, and designing their clothes accordingly. They included ventilation in needed areas, variable seaming for a better fit, four-way stretch for 360º of mobility and thermo-laminated cuffs and collars that don’t need ironing.
Machine washable and easy to care for, these clothes boast technology that’s incredible -- which is just how you’ll look, and feel, when wearing them.