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Qore Performance pushes the limits of water bottle design with newly released IcePlate Curve

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Qore Performance pushes the limits of water bottle design with newly released IcePlate Curve McLean, VA: Qore Performance is at it again, releasing the much anticipated next generation of their popular IcePlate water bottle for sale today. “IcePlate Curve”, as the latest iteration is called, “furthers QPI’s mission to transform human performance, protecting and empowering end-users in the most hostile environments on earth,” according to QPI Co-Founder and CEO, Justin Li. IcePlate Curve maintains the power and storage specifications of the original IcePlate, such as an ultra-thin profile, powerful cooling and warming capabilities, and 50 oz. (1.5 L) water storage capacity. New are several user-driven ergonomic and usability upgrades, incorporating the feedback from tens of thousands of...

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No More Headaches: Noisefighters and Qore Performance team up, aim to make ear pro great again

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: No More Headaches: Noisefighters and Qore Performance team up, aim to make ear pro great again  McLean, VA / Grand Rapids, MI: Tired of post-Range Day headaches, Qore Performance and Noisefighters are joining forces to upgrade hearing protection comfort. Their joint “Comfort Combo” combines Noisefighters’ SightLines Gel Ear Pads and the IceVents Headband Pad to vastly improve comfort of most off-the-shelf ear pro. “This collaboration is super exciting for us because as shooters ourselves, it delivers everything we want in hearing protection, headset comfort, value and functionality,” said Qore Performance Co-Founder, Justin Li. Noisefighters introduced SightLines Gel Ear Pads in late 2017 to solve an acute user problem: traditional headset ear pads painfully press glasses arms against...

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Introducing IceShield Hand Warmers for Plate Carriers, Packs and Belts

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Qore Performance Introduces IceShield Hand Warmer for Plate Carriers, Packs and Belts Flat design is the first plate carrier-specific hand warmer that fits behind hanger/dangler/med pouches and also works with gun belts. McLean, VA: Introducing the IceShield Hand Warmer for plate carriers and gun belts. IceShield is the newest member of the IceAge Ecosystem and was designed in partnership with former Northwestern QB and current Kansas City Chiefs Quarterbacks Coach Mike Kafka. The IceShield Hand Warmer for plate carriers and gun belts is the result of a unique and exclusive collaboration between Qore Performance and Mike Kafka. “We knew that professional and D1 quarterbacks have one of the most demanding combinations of requirements when it comes to the...

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Introducing IceVents Plate Carrier High Tech Shoulder Pads!

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Qore Performance Introduces IceVents Plate Carrier Shoulder Pads IceVents' minimalist design is unparalleled on the market; 90% air by volume, IceVents weigh the same as a half piece of bread. McLean, VA: Introducing IceVents: the plate carrier shoulder pad that can absorb 5.000 pounds per square inch. IceVents Plate Carrier Shoulder Pads are the result of a unique and exclusive collaboration between Qore Performance and Supracor using their proprietary Stimulite Technology. Stimulite is a highly sophisticated, impact-absorbing hexagonal honeycomb thermoplastic elastomer or TPE that is currently used in some of the world’s most advanced aircraft including the F/A-18 Hornet and the 787 Dreamliner. IceVents can be added to any load bearing gear like plate carriers, backpacks and sling bags; delivering incredible...

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Revealed: A Field-Tested Way to Keep Your Workers Safer And More Productive, Your Customers Happier, in High Summer Heat

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Start-Up Keeps Workers Safer, More Productive in Summer Heat Originally developed to cool soldiers in body armor, the IcePlate jumps from “tactical to practical,” increasing worker productivity and company profits McLean, VA /Qore Performance/ -- US Army contractors scouring Kickstarter issued a daunting challenge to a new DC area company: cool soldiers in full body armor with 140 watts of cooling power without adding any weight. Roughly two years later, after their challenge had been met by a Northern Virginia start-up, the resulting innovation would be cooling a wide range of people from fast food drive thrus to oil & gas to first responders across more than a dozen countries. The brainchild of a former law enforcement officer...

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