Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Halo Headband Product Review

I sweat A LOT. I like to wear hats and occasionally headbands, which are helpful, but end up getting soaked through pretty quickly. Enter Halo Headband.

Halo Headbands are technically designed to keep sweat and sunscreen out of your eyes and off your glasses while training, working out, racing, or just working hard. Halo Headbands include our soft and comfortable Sweat Block Seal. This exclusive water-tight seal redirects sweat away from your face. (US Patent 6,567,991)

Note how headband keeps earbuds securely in place

I tried out the Halo Anti-Freeze, which is designed to let you stay active in cooler weather. This band is wider up front and completely covers your ears. Features include ear protection for warmth in cold weather, slim to fit under helmets, Sweat Block Technology. One size fits all, which meant it was snug on my head, but not uncomfortable.

This is a very simple product and it works. No extras, no confusion, just comfortable on the head and over the ears. No sweat in the eyes. Fabric is smooth and stretchy and came through a wash just fine. 

I also used the Halo II Pullover, which is simpler yet. Read Laima's review of the Halo II over at Women’s Endurance Gear.

For more information and to purchase, visit the Halo Headband website, and like on Facebook.

(Disclaimer: I was sent this item for free to review on my blog, courtesy of Halo Headband. I did not pay for the item, receive payment for this review, or agree to give a positive review. Aside from information gleaned from the company website, the opinions are my own.)

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5 comments:

  1. Sounds like something I could use, except that I look like a "tool" in a headband.

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  2. Halo bands are great. Second only to the dudeband, in fact.

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  3. oh, I like that one esp how it covers the ears.

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  4. I have the summer version for biking and it works great up to about 2 hours (I'm a heavy sweater too). After reading your review it just dawned on me I just need to but another one or two to swap out when the first is saturated. Thanks!

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  5. This looks perfect for a windy day combined with sensitive ears. Even if Kate didn't write it. LOL

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