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Techniche Evaporative Black Cooling Vest

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Everyday Low Price: $45.99

Gold Club Price: What's This? $41.39

J&P Part: 107-449

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Description

Techniche Evaporative Black Cooling Vest

• Keeps you cool, yet comfortable

• Combines water with Hyperkewl fabric to create a garment that gradually releases water through evaporation

• Soak vest in cool water for 1-3 minutes

• Gently squeeze out excess water, then wear

• Simple v-neck style with zipper closure

• Comfortable quilted nylon outer with water-repellant nylon liner and black elastic trim

Product Specs

  • Closure Type: Zipper
  • Gender: Men's, Women's
  • Manufacturer Part Number: 6529BLK-XL
  • Material: Hyperkewl Fabric
  • Product Color: Black
  • Sold in Units: Each

Fitment

Note: This item is a universal/custom fit component, and does not have any direct standard/OEM model application. Some items may require modification and an advanced level of mechanical skill and/or knowledge for installation.

Customer Reviews

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great value

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the vest works as descibed. I have riden through some very extreme tempratures and the vest kept me comfortable. It made the ride through the heat much more better than it would have been without it

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Good quality and works as advertised, even in 100+ degree temps.

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I got the vest for sturgis and did not have to use it. But I did see the same vest for $18.00 dollars more then I payed at J&P

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light vest well made

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I bought this in anticipation of a 1000 mile ride thru the AZ desert, just hoping that it would make the slightest difference. With an average temperature over 108 degrees for the 3 days of this ride, it worked incredibly well. My body core temperature never rose over the point that I felt hot and at times even felt cold. At 80 MPH in those temperatures, I had to re-wet it about every 2.5 hours, but that coincided with fuel stops or meals so it worked out perfectly. After the trip I bought one for my wife. If you live in a hot climate zone, you can’t live without this. I’m not sure how I survived for so long.