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cooling vest, personal cooling system, microclimate cooling system
cooling vest, personal cooling system, microclimate cooling system

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Cruiseman's Garage just name Veskimo Cooling Vest as their Best Summer Product: http://blog.cruisemansgarage.com/2013/11/cruisemans-best-aftermarket-products.html

Thanks Chris!

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Since Veskimo is made with "Pride in the USA" we join in the celebration of "American Made Matters Day." 
See why it MATTERS: Million American Jobs Project

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CycleWorld says Veskimo Personal Cooling Systems is..."The next best thing to personal air conditioning." Read their whole review now online: http://www.cycleworld.com/2012/04/20/cw-evaluation-veskimo-personal-cooling-system/ 

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The Veskimo 4.4 Quart Hydration Backpack uses a high efficiency pump to supply ice chilled water to the Veskimo Personal Microclimate Cooling Vest. Fill with up to 7 pounds of ice plus one to two pints of water for four or more hours of body cooling. The pump runs for 8 hours using either 8 alkaline or 10 NiMH rechargeable AA cells in a Quick-Change Power Pack, for 6 hours using the Veskimo Lithium-Ion Rechargeable Battery or continuously using the External Power Cord. This thermally insulated backpack is also a hydration pack, serving up chilled, filtered drinking water on demand.
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The Veskimo 9 Quart Hand-Carry Cooler measures 11" x 9" (viewed from above) and is 13" tall to the top of the integral handle. Inside the soft outer shell is an airtight container with a leakproof locking lid that houses the circulation pump and serves as the reservoir of ice and water. A 3-foot long hose connects to the Personal Microclimate Cooling Vest. The 9 Quart Hand-Carry Cooler holds twice as much ice and water as either the Backpack or Mini Cooler, is ideally suited for use on a large motorcycle or in a car and can be powered by any of the available Power Source Options.
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From 2012:
"The next best thing to personal air conditioning." Cycle World

Cycle World's review of the Veskimo Personal Cooling Backpack System is in the April 2012 issue! http://bit.ly/yqRKyJ
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In the part of the world where summer is approaching, a cooling vest that works in high humidity and under heavy protective clothing without the bulk of phase change packets might be the answer.
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CycleWorld says Veskimo Personal Cooling Systems is..."The next best thing to personal air conditioning." Read their whole review now online: http://www.cycleworld.com/2012/04/20/cw-evaluation-veskimo-personal-cooling-system/ 

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John Miguel Romero, a.k.a. “Mad Dog,” is excited to be in training -- no matter how hot the New Mexican summer can get this time of year. His mission: To stay the course and beat last year’s time in his 3.03-mile run of the Las Campanas Compadres Mini-Triathlon, set for Mon., Sept. 2 in Santa Fe, New Mexico. 

This will be John’s fifth time to compete in the Mini-Tri but this time he’ll traverse the New Mexican terrain more strategically than ever. This year he'll race in cool comfort, wearing a Veskimo Personal Cooling System to help maintain his optimal body core temperature while he's training and during the challenging competition. Join us in wishing John a great competition and a new personal best on September 2!

To learn more about the Los Campanas Compadres and the September 2nd Mini-Triathlon, link to: http://lascampanascompadres.org/

To contribute to John’s run in the Las Campanas Compadres Mini-Triathalon fundraiser: http://www.crowdrise.com/lccminitri/fundraiser/darleneromero
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