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- Patented SweatBlock Seal channels sweat back and away from the eyes and face.
- Dryline fabric absorbs sweat, wicks moisture and dries quickly.
- Pullover design is very comfortable.
- Will not lose shape, form or stretch out.
- One size fits both men and women.
I was hesitant about purchasing this. I’ve tried headbands as an accessory/beauty product before. But for some reason the way my head is built they would never stay put. So I’ve given up.However, I started doing insanity and sweat became a real issue. After short research I’ve stumbled upon these. With my previous headband as an accessories fiasco I doubted this would work. But the price was very reasonable so I decided to give it a shot. And how happy I am that I did!This headband is truly amazing. I now don’t even need to constantly have a towel next to me. It absorbs all the sweat! No more burning eyes! I use this during insanity workout, as well as 45 min spin, and 2-3 hour outside bike rides, and it works perfectly for every work out. It also fits great underneath my biking helmet. I now own 5 of these, in white, blue, and pink. Since I work out at least 5 times a week it’s perfect for me. I just throw them in a washer once a week.All in all this is an amazing product!
Keeps the sweat out of your eyes
I bought this for hiking and general outdoor activities (where I might be outside all day). I sweat horribly in any warm temperatures, and I hate the sweat poring into my eyes and burning them. I’ve tried bandannas, cut up nylon rags, lightweight microfiber towels, old cotton sweatbands, etc. None of them worked well, once they became saturated they became unusable to protect my eyes and face from dripping sweat.This really lived up to all the hype and advertisements it boasted, and blew everything else out of the water. There’s a thin strip of rubber that goes across the front portion of this that blocks dripping sweat from your forehead and hair and redirects it to the sides of your face away from your eyes/nose/mouth. For the first time in my life I did a hike this summer and did not have to worry about constantly wiping my head, ringing out anything, and dealing with excess sweat in my eyes. Also to note: excess face sweat has made it impossible for me to wear glasses during heavy excising – however this makes it possible to once again wear them comfortably.This is truly an amazing product, I use now whenever I do anything (yard work, chopping wood, jogging, etc). The fabric itself does become saturated with sweat but it doesn’t so much that it drips down afterwards, I believe the combination of the wicking fabric and the rubber strip to redirect it, makes it usable for a good 8+hr activity without issue.
The BEST Sweatband
This is the best sweatband i’ve found so far! The sweat channel works well, and does a good job of pushing the sweat away from my glasses towards the sides of my face. I sweat like an absolute pig while mountain biking, so it comes in handy not having to clean my glasses every mile. The Halo II holds plenty of sweat, as can be proven if you wring it out here and there when you stop. It seems high quality and has held up well through its first 20 uses.The Halo II is stretch like a standard headband instead of the original that uses a bandana style tie in the back. I prefer the stretch because it fits better under my helmet. At first I was skeptical and thought it might be tight and itchy but it isn’t. It actually conforms and I forget its there as soon as it absorbs the slightest bit of moisture. I got white so it would blend in with my helmet, but the white is kind of vivid at first. Of course it was dirty looking after the first use and dull like I expected. If you care about looks you might want to get a dark color.Now on to the only reason it didn’t get the perfect 5/5 stars. When you look down while wearing the band, the sweat will pour down onto whatever you are looking at. For example, you look straight down at your map while wearing it soaked with sweat.. and you can kiss that non-waterproof map goodbye. I stopped to adjust my caliper here and there only to get irritated with the sweat pouring down onto my caliper while I tweaked it. Simple solution, whenever you stop to look at a map or something.. wring it out quick and put it back on. Also keep in mind that you don’t want to wring it out while wearing gloves… i’ve unfortunately been there..