The U.S. Armor Cooler™ goes between your vest and your body to create air channels all the way down the interior of your bullet resistant vest. Heat rises and escapes out of the top of your body armor as cool air naturally replaces it. Also, if you point a cold AC vent at your collar, the cold air will go all the way down the interior of your vest! There are no moving parts, no batteries needed, no hoses or pumps or anything else to go wrong. Installation is extremely quick and simple using hook and loop straps to connect to nearly every modern tactical vest.
Made from the same type of spacer material used in U.S. Military IOTV vests, the U.S. Armor Cooler™ is designed to work on both the front and back vest panels of any vest with hook and loop (or Velcro) connections. These coolers are perfect for police, security contractors, or anyone who has to wear body armor.
Designed by a working police officer and his family, this design has gone through numerous changes over the years. Our current model, the U.S. Armor Cooler™ (v3), is the most comfortable version yet. All customers of our previous models are entitled to a free upgrade as we offer free upgrades and free replacements for life.
The extremely lightweight 3D extruded material is purpose built to promote airflow within a bullet resistant vest. If you also use a hose-type cooling system, the U.S. Armor Cooler™ will allow the cold air to flow all the way down into the deep interior of your vest, essentially super-charging your existing cooling system.
1 x U.S. Armor Cooler™ (v3)
4 x Heavy Duty Velcro Straps (pre-installed)
Free lifetime warranty for any owner
100% Money back guarantee, no questions asked
We are so confident in our workmanship, we offer a lifetime warranty to all owners in addition to our lifetime 100% money back guarantee.
(vest not included in sale, obviously)
Hot air rises and escapes your vest; cool air naturally replaces it.
Attaches easily to your standard police or military vest.
Promotes airflow, allowing body heat to escape your body armor.
Product designed by a working police officer and his family over the course of years.
Field tested in the hottest working conditions in the southern U.S. and abroad.