UMPLIFE Ice Towel
How-To: Stay Cool with the UMPLIFE Ice Towel
UMPLIFE creator Ray Brownlie shows you the many ways the Ice Towel will keep you cool on the field or court.
I haven't used this in a regular season High School or College game (only summer ball). After 2 weeks on Dallas area turf fields, Pros: color, easy to cool and use. Cons: only stays cool an inning or so. However, I've found that if you put a couple ice cubes in the towel and roll it up, not only does it really cool you off but the ice evaporates and doesn't drip down your body. It will actually last about 2 innings in an afternoon game.
Wish I had bought this sooner. Really like it!
Bel Air, MD
The towel works well, and it's black color matches seamlessly with the umpire's uniform.
Questions About This Product
|Q:||Does it make a difference in effectiveness (if the towel is folded with the white side out or the black side out)...if you ignore the obvious white/black color difference?|
– Larry Snyder
The color black absorbs more heat. Yes, you may find the black side of this towel will warm faster than the white/grey side.– Ty Unthank
Marketing Specialist, HS & College Umpire
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