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I'm a retired Motor Cop. I never used one, but several other Officers I worked with did. They said they would actually get too cold sometimes. You do need to be sure you have a new supply of ice about every 4 hours. That said, Las Vegas heat is different than Houston heat. 10% humidity vs. 90% so your mileage may vary...
 

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I bought a cooling vest from Cycle Gear. You wet it before you wear it and evaporative cooling is supposed to do the rest. Unfortunately, I didn't like the slimy feel it seemed to have when wet.
 

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I've seen several products that work off of evaporative cooling whichave works great in dry to moderate climates. But in humid areas, like Houston they aren't effective. You just end up wet(ter) and still hot.

Anyone try something like this?
TechNiche International KEWLFLOW™ Circulatory Cooling Vest w/ Static Cooler, Includes 12V Adapter - Blue : H6429C

IF it worked...which it seems like it would, it would be very nice for the long trips in the heat.
Try Veskimo.com
 
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