Years ago back when I was in Basic Training in the Army, I never used to heed the instructions given by the drill instructors, they used to say "Hydrate, You drop out on a march and there will be an IV in your future"! Back on those hot days at Ft. Knox running up Agony, I can still remember thinking if only there was a way to stay cool on a long grueling double time runs. These days during camping excursions, out hiking a trail, or just cutting the grass in mid July I get that all to familiar memory of those days on Agony hill, and one thing that stands out in my thoughts is everyone running to the sinks and wetting down a rag to slip under there collars after a hard march or drill. We learned most of the heat from the body centers around neckline and the head, that's why we feel cooler when we soak our heads and necklines in water. All of a sudden it hit me, Inspiration!
"The Super Stay Cool Collar"
My wife who is a few years older than me has been going through some issues where she gets hot all of a sudden (even if the AC is running full blast) I talked her into trying this and she loves it for those occasions, so she told me I should update my instructable to include this side effect so that women out there having the same issue might get some relief. As a husband I'm happy it helps cause I don't have to sit here dressed like an Eskimo in the middle of the summertime just to be supportive.
Pics:Trying to get my 13 year old daughter to model the necklace in a picture for my instructable, yeah it's like pulling teeth, mine!