-Charlene W. Riverside, CA =)
Received your products a few months ago and they are amazing ! Thanks.
When it's 118 F in the Grand Canyon and your mission requires full focus and clarity, it's nice to have a little help. I keep 3 of your bandanas in a cooler with an ice pack and put a fresh one around my neck before each flight. What a refreshing difference it makes. Thanks for making a great product and thanks for making it in America. God Bless America.
...Remember me? You sent me three Polar Breeze Bandanas with dolphin designs for use during my 50-mile "Dolphin Dash" fundraiser run on June 17th in preparation to go the International Whaling Commission (IWC) meeting in Agadir, Morocco.Well, I made it.
Not only did I finish, but I actually felt good enough at the end to jump over the finish line! :) It's no exaggeration to say that the run was much easier - much more comfortable - because I had the Polar Breeze Bandanas. They were magic! It was a very hot day - mid 80's- and though I was well-hydrated, the sun was unrelenting and the bandanas stayed moist and cool around my neck - perfect. My crew of three kept the bandanas rotated and now they're converts, too! ;)
I'm wondering if there are ways for us to partner together to feature Polar Breeze Bandanas as a product line at the upcoming ACS 12thInternational Conference, which will be held at the Embassy Suites,Monterey, CA from November 12th-14th.
And thanks again for the bandanas – they truly were a lifesaver – I’m a believer!
Hi Mark and Charleen:We are "Team Winter Garden Wheelworks," down here near Orlando Florida. This summer has been brutal. We frequently found ourselves riding in 100 degree plus heat. After having several people have "heat issues" and realizing that the wet bandana was not doing the trick I went in search of something that would keep us cool and on the trail. We would pedal between 50 and 100 miles on any given Saturday. I found you on the web and now we are able to complete our rides without anyone having a "heat bonk." We love your bandanas. Kathy has nicknamed them our "neck sausages." Thanks for keeping us cool and in the saddle turning pedals.
Sincerely, Steve K.
I already have some Polar Breeze Bandanas myself and love them. I am part of a group of scrapbookers who meet in Breckenridge Colorado every year for a retreat. I asked Charleen to make some bandanas for me to give to them. While I was thinking of what fabric to use she told me she would find some fabric that had a scrapbooking theme on it. She found the perfect fabric and my friends (The Breckenyaya's) loved them too and can't wait for warm weather to try them out.
In June 2008, my husband and I went
to Egypt on a tour. Knowing it was going to be incredibly warm, I
consulted a friend who has been several times. He said, “You will need
one of those cool bandanas. If you don’t have one, you’ll be sorry. My
friend gave me one, but I have no idea where you can find one.” Without
any luck whatsoever, I made calls and pilgrimages to every sports store
and department in the usual big box stores in our area of Colorado.
FINALLY, I had the presence of mind to turn to the Internet and found
your site, Polar Breeze, when I “Googled” the keywords “Cool Bandanas.”
We ordered four of them.
Our first day out on the tour was at Giza and the Great Pyramids. As you will see in our picture on “KFC the Camel,” my husband forgot his bandana, but I was so glad to have worn mine! It was over 100 degrees that day. The rest of the tour, we both remembered to wear them and were the envy of our group. Feeling sorry for some of the sufferers, we offered our extra two to them. Thanks so much for your company; it eventually made a big difference for four people.
Suzanne and John from Colorado