SEATTLE -- He proudly points out his creations, dating back years. All that creativity, all that work. On his feet all day, Ron Weglin would often find relief by spraying compressed air into his boots.
"It would cool me off," Weglin tells KOMO. "I was energized."
So, 12 years ago, he took that concept and built a prototype. Weglings patented creation is called the "Cool Boost Docking Station." To make it work, he puts small holes in the heels of athletic shoes. Those holes "dock" onto the station. Once docked, the cool air shoots into the shoe.
For more of this story, and how the Cool Dock is being used in local athletics, watch the video above.
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