Halo II Sweatband



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Reliable sweat soaking up headband

I live in Ohio and I try to run regularly year-round. I have actually run in sub-zero temperature levels on lots of occasions without any problems. My sweet spot temperature for running is around 55 degrees and when it gets over 70 degrees, I begin grumbling like a baby. My body simply does not deal well with warmer temperature levels and greater humidity, and I tend to sweat like a pig.

I have actually attempted lots of products throughout the years to keep sweat from soaking my sunglasses and stinging my eyes. I have a couple of Headsweats and SweatVac products, however the king of headbands is absolutely Halo. Their headbands are made out of a soft, elastic fabric they call DRYLINE. It’s a polyester/nylon mix that feels similar to a thin neoprene. They likewise use a thin rubbery strip (dubbed Sweat Block Innovation) along the front, inside location of the headband so that excess sweat will be transported to the sides of your face and not straight down into your eyes. I have actually got a pretty good-sized melon and I’ve had no problems at all with fit or convenience.

The quantity of sweat that the Halo items take in is incredible. Naturally, there is a point at which they will end up being completely saturated. Taking off the headband and providing it a squeeze might impress and/or disgust you, but you’ll definitely know that it’s doing its job.

I have actually personally used the Halo II headband($13 ) and the Sport Visor($26) (which includes a somewhat smaller sized band sewn into the cap) and strongly advise both.

— Jason Long


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Ronald Antonio O'Sullivan OBE (born 5 December 1975) is an English professional snooker player who is widely regarded as one of the greatest players in the history of the sport. He has won five World Championships, a record seven Masters titles, and a record seven UK Championships, setting a record total of 19 titles in Triple Crown tournaments. He shares the record for the most ranking titles (36) with Stephen Hendry. His career earnings of over £10 million put him in first place on snooker's all-time prize-money list. Winning the Tour Championship on 24 March 2019 made him the sport's current world number one, the fourth time in his career that he has held the top position and the first time he has been number one since May 2010. This is the longest gap between number one spells by any player in history.