'Cooling' claims of popular sports products debunked
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'Cooling' claims of popular sports products debunked(Updated: )
Many products claim to keep you cool, but do they work in Singapore's weather? We test sports sleeves that are popular with cyclists, moisture-wicking fabric that are touted to help sweat evaporate faster, and ice slurries, ice-blended sports isotonic drinks which claim to cool you down faster.