You don’t always have access to a freezer when traveling to games, competitions, or on vacation. But that doesn’t mean you have to leave palm cooling gains on the table!
While we recommend freezing your Cool-not-Cold™ packs in the freezer, you can use your Narwhals for palm cooling when you're on the road with a few tweaks.
- Cover your Cool-not-Cold packs with ice. You can use a hotel ice bucket or place them in the ice machine in your team’s locker room.
- Give them at least 2 hours to freeze solid.
- Place the packs in the Narwhals and fill them with 50°F (10°C) water.
- If your tap water is not cold enough, add ice to your base. As a general rule, for every 6°F above 50°F (3°C above 10°C), add one ice cube. For example, if your tap water is 60°F, add two ice cubes.
The water temperature adjustment accounts for this difference and ensures the handles of the Narwhals will maintain the correct temperature for palm cooling.