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Headsweats Review

Headsweats hat
As a runner, I have been getting nervous for winter to come. I didn’t really have any fall or winter running gear and was wondering if honestly, I would just give up running for now since I do not like to run on the treadmill. I have started to purchase a few pieces bit by bit to help myself stick with running in the colder weather.

I was recently sent a couple of products from Headsweats to review which are headbands and hats that you can sweat in. I chose a winter headband and a pink baseball cap to review.

The Headsweats Thermal Topless Headband is good for working out in the winter. It can be worn for biking, running or other winter sports. I like to run before dawn (okay, I don’t like to but the morning is when I am most motivated to run) and it is still dark out. This headband has a reflective logo for safety which is a helps.

Headsweats Headband
It is made of fleece on one side and stretch fabric on the other. It has moisture wicking properties while avoiding being bulky. It is very comfortable and while I have not been able to wear it running yet (not cold enough), I can tell that it is going to be very helpful to me this winter.

The Headsweats Pink Race Hat has a Coolmax fabric shell and a fabric terry headband. It is to allow maximum airflow and absorb moisture. This is the company’s most popular and comfortable hat. It is very lightweight. I will wear this running, walking and biking. It also comes in pink, hot pink, purple and limeade.

Headsweats products are great for wicking sweat and keeping you dry during your workout. Their products are affordable at about $16-20 each.