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Beat The Heat With Cooling Products From Bag Boy And Devant
With the hot summer months now here, Bag Boy and Devant are highlighting some of their most sought-after products for beating the heat.
The 3-in-1 cart fan from Bag Boy is an energy-efficient way to stay comfortable when temperatures rise. The 3-speed adjustable fan provides up to five hours of battery life and offers an on/off water misting spray option for maximum cooling capability. It includes a rechargeable, detachable power bank for charging USB enabled devices, as well as a pushcart mount to ensure golfers can stay refreshed as they walk the course. “This is a lifesaver for both my wife and me as we fight the humidity and sweltering heat in Florida,” says the Duffer.
The Bag Boy Chiller series is made up of a cart bag and a hybrid stand bag. Both bag options come conveniently equipped with a removable, insulated cooler bag to hold several 12-ounce cans of your favorite beverage right in the golf bag. The bags also feature 14-way organizer tops with full-length individual dividers and Top-Lok technology, a patented bag-to-cart attachment system.
In addition to Bag Boy’s line of cooling products, the Arctic Blast Towel by Devant Sport Towels is another easy way to stay cool while you play. When activated by water, these lightweight towels cool to 30˚F below ambient temperature. They provide 45+ UPF protection when covering the skin and come in a convenient 12” x 36” size to easily cover the neck, head and other hot spots.
“These products are perfect for golfers who are looking for some extra ways to beat the heat,” said Pat Gallagher, Product Manager at Dynamic Brands. “This line offers golfers a way to play the game they love without sacrificing their comfort.”
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