Vollebak Martian Aerogel Jacket

When it was time to land rovers on Mars and Titan, NASA trusted two of the most advanced materials in the world. So, Vollebak took a page from the space program's playbook and used those materials to craft the Martian Aerogel Jacket. Its interior is made from a new type of aerogel crafted by the same people producing a heat shield for the next Mars Rover. It's laser-drilled with hundreds of micropores, providing the jacket with a flexible, durable, and waterproof membrane while keeping it lightweight at only 700 grams. The outer shell is cut from a parachute used to land the first probe on Titan and the last Rover on Mars. The transparent finish of the fabric provides a peak inside at the laser-drilled aerogel. Details inspired by early Project Mercury spacesuits, including black contrast seam taping and zigzag stitching, enhance the jacket's space-themed aesthetic.

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