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Last winter, I bought the Feher Mr. Cool helmet. This past week, I had a chance to really try it out - 90+ degree temps with a 70+ degree dew point (that means very wet air). In these conditions, you can sometimes feel a slight coolness at the top of your head, mostly a neutral feeling; definitely not the hot, baking feeling you can get in the 1pm direct sun. It made for a much more pleasant ride. The rest of your body will feel the heat, but it doesn't sap your energy as quickly when your head is cooler. It is rather pricey, but for those of us that ride in the heat or stay home in the AC, it will give more days on two wheels.