Core Cooler® is a safe, simple and effective means for cooling your body! Core Cooler® is unlike like any other frozen beverage or sports drink available! Exercise, sports, and other strenuous activities during hot weather can quickly overheat your system to dangerous levels. By cooling from the inside, Core Cooler® helps to more rapidly reduce core body temperature, providing shortened recovery time, lowered heart rate, greater endurance and an overall better feeling of well-being. The picture above shows the before and after affects of using Core Cooler® (results in 1-3 minutes).
Use Core Cooler® while hiking, biking, playing soccer, tennis, lacrosse, golf, football, while sitting in the sauna, or even fighting fires. Flip open the Core Cooler® breathing tube and take a long deep breath. Breath in through your mouth and out through your nose. The cool feeling is nearly instant.
Simply fill the container with crushed ice, place the unique patented* Core Cooler® cap and straw on top, then immediately begin to breathe naturally cooled refreshing moist air. Add mint leaves, fresh orange or lemon peel to enhance your breathing pleasure! Another option is adding your favorite flavored beverage, which provides the advantage of enjoying a delicious cold drink, simultaneous with the beneficial personal-internal air conditioner, Core Cooler®!
Core Cooler® is made from the highest quality polyethylene food grade plastic and all parts are made in the USA. It is our goal to help people, the environment, and the athlete in all of us.
*patent pending (We are an authorised dealer for the manufacturer)
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