The apparel company Under Armor just released their performance pajamas which Tom Brady apparently wears. The reason that these are being marketed as performance pajamas is that they claim to help with recovery. The are weaved with bioceramics that turn body heat into infrared energy that apparently helps with healing and restoration.
This sounds very similar to celliant technology which has been around for years. If you want more information about celliant, and other places you can find it check out my Celliant Post.
Below is a video overview of the Tom Brady Pajamas
I just purchased a pajama top and bottom in XL to try out. The pajamas come in a zippable box which is kind of fancy for pajamas.
Upon unboxing, you will find the pajamas along with a card that explains how they work and a little more information on the collaboration between Tom Brady and Under Armor.
Here’s a close up of the card that explains the TB12 and Under Armor partnership
Inside is the box is an XL size of the pajamas. I have a 34″ waist and these are a little loose around the waist. I’m also 6 ft. 3 in. and they are a bit short but it’s not that bad since the legs have taper towards the bottom. However I wish they would make a tall size. It is hard to find tall size pajamas. So far my favorite store for tall size pajamas is L.L. Bean. I have bought some Large Tall pajamas from Eddie Bauer in the past but the quality seems to have gone down hills as they don’t last all that long.
Below is a photo of the inside of the pajamas. As you can see they are made in Vietnam. You’ll also notice the hexagon shape which I believe is a way to call out their recover technology that is built into the pajamas.
Here’s another show of the inside that shows it in more detail.
Under Armor calls it the TB12 Recovery Technology. I have no idea what that means. It sounds technical but I can’t find anything specific about it.
Here’s what they do say about the TB12 recovery technology: