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Keeping your inner temperature as low as possible during extreme fitness us always challenging.
The EVS Core Temperature Regulator (CTR) uses this strategically placed layers of "Super Absorbent Polymer" that once saturated with water retain and slowly disperse to keep you cool for a longer period of time. Once the CTR jersey is soaked, spin dry by hand and then put the article on.
The strategic sections will keep your core temperature down longer, allowing you to maximize your session.
This saved our trip! My wife overheats more than I do in the desert sun, and I decided to give this a try to make our trip more comfortable for her. She was a happy pillion, so much so that half way through our two week trip I purchased a second one to try for myself. Driving across Nevada in July, it functioned well for a good hour, and then its effectiveness started to slowly decrease. After about 2 hours it was time to "re-fill", which was acceptable duration for us. I wore it on the outside of my T-shirt with my textile jacket over that - made for easy on/off after a re-soak. One benefit was that I did not have temptation to remove the protective gear when temps reached 100+; it kept me reasonably cool worn under my Revit Tornado Jacket, which allowed enough air through to let the vest do it's evaporative cooling thing.
July 8, 2013
Not for Hot Weather
It works but I wouldn't really call it "cooling". With Temperatures of around 108F here, nothing will work.
May 27, 2013
This is a good product, slightly in the smal sidel. Good way of keeping fresh in a hot summer.
July 10, 2012
Seems like a nice fit and function.
This is my first cooling vest ever, which I use with a Rev-it Airwave jacket. I have only used it once on a 93 Degree day. It seemed to last just over a 1/2 hour, but next time I'm going to ring out less water which should give more cooling time.
June 12, 2012
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Jeff S: Have never had a cooling vest before, so I was looking for something that rated well and be reasonably priced.May 23, 2014
Dave W asked:I'm 5'8", 175 pounds (mostly from beer calories). I'm planning a couple of weeks through HOT northern Calif this summer and would love to try some cool technology. What's the best size to fit my short and slightly pudgy frame?May 25, 2014
joseph w:I'm 5'7" and about 180 to 190. An extra large fit me fine. I bought mine to wear in the Nevada/Tahoe area in August of 2012. Expect it to have a compression feel and be kinda hard to peel off when wet. I also used a Frog Tog water holding towel. I don't sweat due to a spinal cord injury 10 years ago, and as long as there was a breeze I was fine. Good luck and have fun.May 25, 2014
Keith S:Dave, I am 5"9" 190 pounds. I bought the medium it is tight but It helped me with my lower back issues the snug fit. I bought three and use them eveytime I ride. My first trip was to Sturgis from Texas and back in the August heat. They kept me cool. I soaked them during stops. Hope that helps.May 25, 2014
Robert W:Dave. ive got 2 of these shirts, im 180lbs 6'0", I currently live in El Paso TX. its hot here almost like in AZ. I only got 2 so that while I'm washing 1 I can still go running or just use it as a undershirt. Great product, glad I got them. they are slightly tight but when wet they do stretch some. I got a large and am pretty sure it will do just fine for you.May 27, 2014
Keith S:I have 3 cooling vests. Well I have washed all three in a front loader and still enjoy the vests and their effect. I am not aware of the do not wash in a machine. I do not dry them in the dryer.Nov 14, 2013
A shopper asked:I've heard mixed stories about how well evaporative cooling vests work in hot and humid climates. Some say those kind of vests don't work well and some say it's fine. I wonder, which is it? Anyone have experience with this particular vest in that kind of climate?Feb 22, 2012
RevZilla:This vest works extremely well in hot or humid weather conditions. One of our associates wore one all day in 101 degree conditions with no complaints and only positive things to say.May 2, 2012