The EVS CTR Cooling Vest is worn underneath your jersey and helps keep you cool while riding.
Staying cool during the warm summer months is always a problem for off-road motorcyclists. EVS Sports thinks it has the solution with its EVS CTR Cooling Vest
. The vest is supposed to be worn as a base layer underneath chest protection and riding jersey.
Constructed from synthetic materials, the sleeveless vest feels similar to a lightweight athletic jersey. For optimum performance, it’s designed to be saturated with water before use. That way the material slowly evaporates moisture as air passes through which helps reduce you’re body temperature.
The vest works as advertised and has a noticeable effect on rider comfort during motos. It works so well that on a breezy day, it’s possible to actually feel the chills after getting off the motorcycle—even on a 80-plus degree day. Another plus is that the fabric doesn’t irritate skin and it fits true-to-size. If you’re looking for a simple and affordable way to keep cool when you’re ripping around the track or trail you won’t go wrong with EVS’s cooling jersey.
The EVS CTR Cooling Vest is an easy and inexpensive way to stay comfortable when riding on hot days.
The EVS CTR Cooling Vest
is available at Motorcycle-Superstore
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