Chesapeake man creates air-conditioned shirt

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Chesapeake, Va. - Charles Hollcroft has developed a shirt that can keep you cool during the summer.

Hollcroft is the president of Chesapeake-based Comfort Wear. He's already developed and sold winter jackets and clothing that heats up when you press a button. Now he's expanding into summer-wear.

The shirt runs off a battery and powers two small fans in the back of the shirt. The fans blow cool air into the shirt for about five hours. Hollcroft says the batteries take about two hours to charge.

He hopes to be selling his air conditioned shirts next summer.

For more information about his products or investment opportunities you can visit the Comfort Wear website.

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