Friday, September 25, 2015

The All New Dr. Cool Chemical-Free Cooling Shirt Review



I reviewed a chemical-free cooling shirt from Dr. Cool in May and recently was sent the second generation of the Dr. Cool Chemical-Free Cooling Shirt.   I loved my Dr. Cool Wraps (Click here for my review of their wraps) and the original version of the Dr. Cool Chemical-Free Cooling Shirt (Click here for my review).   Dr. Cool has always made great products and I was sure the new chemical-free cooling shirt would be great as well.

The Claims:
Dr. Cool claims that the shirt delivers three distinct functions to provide chemical free cooling.  It wicks sweat away, circulates moisture, and regulates evaporation.  They claim that by doing so, the fabric’s surface temperature is up to 30 degrees cooler.  They also claim that because they don’t use chemicals like most of their competitors, the cooling effect never washes out.

My Review:
I have been using the original Dr. Cool Chemical-Free Cooling Shirt since May and I do feel that it does keep me cooler than most running shirts. Even if the shirt is wet, you feel cool.  The new Dr. Cool Chemical-Free Cooling Shirt is no different.  It does keep you cooler.  I actually like the new version more because it is lighter and I felt like it did a better job of evaporating moisture.  The shirts are made of superior materials which provide excellent durability.  This shirt should last for quite a while.  My wife tested out the women’s v-neck version.  She usually isn't a fan of running shirts, but really liked this shirt for the same reasons I did.

Pros:
Keeps you cooler than normal running shirts
Great job of wicking away moisture and keeping you dry
Looks great!
Feels soft against your skin

Cons:
It fit a little large, so order one size down


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The second generation of the Dr. Cool Chemical-Free Cooling Shirt is even better than the first.  I really like that it is chemical free and the cooling effect won’t wash away like other cooling products out there.  It fit well, looks great, and most importantly kept me cooler.  This is one of my go to shirts when I am running in the 80+ degree days here in California.  They have several colors in both men’s and women’s shirts.  Dr. Cool also has cooling hats, headbands, long sleeve shirts.  You can pick up your cooling shirt for $27.99 at the Dr. Cool website or at your local retailer (click here for locations).
   
Note:  I received this product in exchange for a review.  The review is my personal opinion of the product and I was not required to give a particular opinion of it.  I am not a doctor, so please use all of the products that I review at your own risk.

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