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There are some Liquid Cooling Vest out there Fernando, But much to Price$$$y.

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yeah, I've seen them, dont want those either for the $ame reason
 

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I here Ya Brother!!
 

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Yes it's wet, but honestly its cheap and it works great. 100+ degrees, recharges with just water, and after you've ridden a while, its just kind of damp, not wet. And if its cold in the morning and hot in the afternoon, keep it dry it will keep you warm like any quilted vest. Then soak it for the afternoon heat. I live in a desert and LOVE this thing
 

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I live in the jungles of central Florida (it's a wet heat, not a dry heat) and I've got one very similar to that Flexi Freeze Ice Vest. Mine has larger bags of fluid and gives nice coverage. It won't last more than a couple of hours in the blazing Florida sun, but if you have an extra set of cooling bags, they'll freeze right up in less than an hour in an ice chest.

I really like mine and use it quite a lot. As a side note, when the bags are frozen (at 50F) they'll probably stop small-caliber arms fire too.
 

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A Hyperkewl is your swamp cooler friend! It is a must have at 95+, IMHO. Will not do a hot ride without it. Keep it fully drowned in a large ziplock bag, recharge at will and who cares if you get wet! OTOH, your opinion may differ. :rolleyes:

Besides the high $$$ items the OP mentions, do not know of any more effective way to cool my body down on a 2wheeler. :confused:

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Look up first line tech. I have the cooling vest from them, and it's absolutely amazing. It pricey yes, but I just love using it.
 
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