No matter how hot the weather, a ride can always make it better. Just make sure you have Bikeratti Glacier motorcycle cooling vest to keep you cool. A revolutionary product, this motorcycle cooling vest absorbs and stores water and uses evaporation to give a cooling effect. Designed to be used with a mesh jacket for best results, Bikeratti Glacier can be worn right next to the skin. All in all, this beauty is light, effective, inexpensive, and keeps you alert and calm for approximately 6 hours.
Make Hot Summer Rides a Breeze:
Stay cool, energised and in control during hot weather rides with this ergonomically designed vest. The garment helps prevent fatigue, nausea and/or agitation resulting from exposure to excessive heat.
The vest is made up of the endocool polymer, having high water retention, pressed between a breathable fabric and a water proof layer.
- This process includes storing water in the water- retaining endocool fabric and harnessing the natural cooling caused by the evaporation of this water to keep your body temperature down in hot and dry conditions.
- The water soaked fabric layer absorbs heat from your body.
- This helps the water to evaporate through the outer layer.
- The endothermic process causes cooling of your body.
- The waterproof layer keeps you dry and comfortable.
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