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Sources for Cooling Vests: Arctic Heat has an interesting cooling vest with special fabrics and ribs to keep the vest separated from the outer layer | Climatech Safety "personal air conditioning products"; freeze the vest, then wear it to keep cool! Used by firefighters also | Cooline Vests are made in Germany and are a lightweight fleece that cools and helps to regulate core body temperature; they are registered as a medical device in Europe | Glaciertek makes the Coolvest | The Ride Cool "phase change" vest uses phase change containers to keep cool; they also have evaporative vests and bandanas | Steele cooling vests are used in extreme environments by construction workers | OccuNomix makes many different types of phase change cooling vests; they also have Mira-Cool bandannas, sweat bands and head gear
Phase Change Clothing: The MiraCool Phase Change vest can be frozen and then worn; claimed to keep the rider at 65 degrees | See the wBW review of the Roadgear AdaptiveTec Outlast phase change vest and jacket | More phase chance glove reviews listed on the wBW Motorcycle Gloves page
Cooling Neck Wraps: Koolin' Klothz Update for 2009 | Original Koolin' Klothz Cooling Neck Wraps evaporative neck wrap review; a good and cheap way to keep cool without having to wear an entire cooling vest
Powered Cooling Vests: Got money to burn? How about the Veskimo cooling vest, a $349.00 device designed to be worn over clothing; it holds chilled water and a battery powered pump circulates it through the vest. And you can drink the water, too!