TechNiche International Introduces New DryKewl™ Cooling Products

TechNiche International's New DryKewl™ Evaporative Cooling Vest and Dog Pad Use Several Advanced Fabrics to Allow for Evaporative Cooling While You Remain Completely Dry
DryKewl Vest #6031
DryKewl Vest #6031
Aug. 17, 2012 - PRLog -- TechNiche International designs and manufactures innovative climate control solutions for people working or recreating in uncomfortable temperatures. Their extensive product line includes specialized vests, head wear, neckwear, and other items designed exclusively for personalized comfort.  With the release of the new DryKewl™ branded products, TechNiche International expands their line of cooling products which already includes the HyperKewl™, TechKewl™, and KewlFlow™ brands.

Using a patented (pending) HyperKewl™ fabric, the DryKewl™ product line provides the benefits of evaporative cooling while remaining completely dry. "We have taken our HyperKewl™ fabric and wrapped it in a waterproof fabric that allows evaporation to occur, but keeps water inside," says President Ioannis Anastasakis.  DryKewl™ products are easily charged and re-charged, without soaking the vest or pouring water through a small hole.  Simply remove the insert, soak for 1-2 minutes, and replace to enjoy hours of comfortable cooling.

With a customer base that includes famous users such as Alberto Contador (Saxo Bank Tour de France winner), the Ferrari, McLaren and Braun GP F1 racing teams, Mick Doohan (Moto GP World Champion), the Dutch National Soccer Team and many more, TechNiche International is continuously striving to offer the latest in personal cooling products.  People in Industrial Safety, Motorcycling, Equine, Cycling and Outdoor Recreation rely on all of TechNiche International's climate control product lines to keep comfortable whether at work, rest or play.  For more details, visit
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