Pin It

50 Campfires Magazine : Free Subscription

Claim your free subscription to the 50 Campfires Magazine! We send it out on the first of each month, full of tips & tricks, recipes, gear and more!
Email address
First Name
Last Name
evaporative cooling gear

Beat The Heat With The Latest Cooling Gear

Ever dip your hat or t-shirt in the water to stay cool on a blistering day? It works because as the water dries it pull latent heat off the body with it. It’s a simple process known as evaporative cooling, and every year we’re seeing more gear that utilizes it. Why buy a special hat and not use the one you have? Because they use special fabrics that retain water for much longer than cotton or synthetics. Here are three products that will keep you refreshed and energized on the most painfully hot days.

frogg toggs

Frogg Toggs Chilly Shade Cooling Neck Cover

Frogg Toggs Chilly Shade Cooling Neck Cover

Frogg Toggs is one of our favorite companies when it comes to evaporative cooling gear. Their hats are great, and this year they’ve added a Chilly Shade Cooling Neck Cover that will chill you to the core. You’ve probably noticed that a very hot neck contributes to exhaustion in hot weather. If the neck is cool, you feel pretty good. The Chilly Shade does a great job, and it has the added bonus of keeping insects away.

$9.95

evaporative cooling gear

Mission Enduracool Multi Cool

Mission Enduracool Multi Cool

The Mission Enduracool Multi Cool is the Swiss Army Knife of evaporative cooling. You can wear it over ten different ways to suit the activity you’re engaged in. The Enduracool Multi-Cool is made from a special fabric that instantly cools when you soak it in water, wring it out, and snap it. The radiator-like fabric construction creates a prolonged cooling effect that will chill you out no matter what you have planned for the day.

$19.99

evaporative cooling gear

Mission Enduracool Hoodie

Mission Enduracool Hoodie

We love the simplicity of the Mission Enduracool Hoodie. You just get it wet, and toss it on your head. When the material is wet it cools to 30 degrees below your body temperature. If you’re head is cool, you’re cool. It’s that simple. The hoodie does an excellent job of accomplishing that, and the mesh does a good job conforming to your head so it stays in place. Bonus: you sort of look like old school L.L. Cool J.

$19.99

 

evaporative cooling gear

Don’t call it a comeback…

 

 

comments

50 Campfires Magazine : Free Subscription

Claim your free subscription to the 50 Campfires Magazine! We send it out on the first of each month, full of tips & tricks, recipes, gear and more!
Email address
First Name
Last Name
Secure and Spam free...

50 Campfires Magazine : Free Subscription

Email address