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Endura Cool towels!!!

Post by beterarcher » Jun 02 2013 6:52 pm

these things are literally COOLER than sliced bread! They have towels, hoodies, sleeves, skullcaps, helmet liners, etc. I got the 13x37" towel and I really like it. :y: It works much better than those bandanas with the moist gel sewn into them. I'm thinking of getting the headgear one because it covers your face too.

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Post by azbackpackr » Jun 02 2013 6:58 pm

beterarcher wrote:these things are literally COOLER than sliced bread! They have towels, hoodies, sleeves, skullcaps, helmet liners, etc. I got the 13x37" towel and I really like it. :y: It works much better than those bandanas with the moist gel sewn into them. I'm thinking of getting the headgear one because it covers your face too.

http://www.missionathletecare.com/produ ... owel-large
Look like nice products. On the other hand, you could move to Flagstaff or Pinetop! ;)
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Post by beterarcher » Jun 02 2013 7:24 pm

azbackpackr wrote: you could move to Flagstaff or Pinetop!
I am thinking of moving to Cottonwood or somewhere thereabouts. Flagstaff and Pinetop are way too cold and snowy for me.
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Post by azbackpackr » Jun 02 2013 7:28 pm

I've been looking at Cottonwood and Camp Verde for RV space for rent. I want to buy a motorhome and live in it.
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Post by beterarcher » Jun 02 2013 7:45 pm

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The prices on property look pretty good around there.
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Post by azbackpackr » Jun 02 2013 7:51 pm

That surprises me. It seems like a desirable area in many ways. It's hot in summer, though. But it has a river running through it, and a lot of other nice features. I don't want to own any property ever again unless I own it free and clear, though.
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Post by sam_hikes » Jun 02 2013 8:26 pm

NWS reported a high temp there of 100F today so it get hot vs 75F today at Greer.

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Post by beterarcher » Jun 02 2013 9:09 pm

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@sam_hikes
100* is better than 108* and it rains more in the Verde Valley.
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Post by cactuscat » Jun 02 2013 11:25 pm

Haz anyone tried the new Columbia cooling technology? OmniFreeze, I think it's called ... I love the OmniHeat line, so I am curious about this.
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Post by beterarcher » Jun 03 2013 7:21 am

@cactuscat
Those look cool too but Endura Cool stuff uses water not sweat so it cools sooner. Maybe a combo of both is in order.
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Post by satillayakker » Jun 03 2013 8:36 am

I have used a hat by Columbia with Omnifreeze. It seems to work well, but that is in my area with relative humidity usually well above 85%. I don't know if that plays a role or not. It seems to tranfer heat well, atleast in that particular piece of headgear.
I haven't tried the Eundura Cool yet, but I will. Lowes sells it here. It has apparently become popular with roofers and general builders, I hear.

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