Reddit Reddit reviews Halo II Headband Sweatband Pullover, Black

We found 30 Reddit comments about Halo II Headband Sweatband Pullover, Black. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

Halo II Headband Sweatband Pullover, Black
MAXIMUM ABSORPTION-63% Nylon 23% Polyester 14% Lycra -Dryline fabric absorbs, wicks, dries quickly, and eliminates odors by inhibiting the growth of bacteria through the infusion of silver ions into the fabricSWEAT STOPPING SWEATBAND-This headband doesn't just absorb sweat, our patented silicone SweatSeal channels sweat back and away from the eyes, face, and glassesMEN OR WOMEN'S HEADBAND-This lightweight pullover headband features our newest, breathable, soft fabric making this the most comfortable athletic headband you will ever wear- Anatomical design tapers for perfect ear clearanceNON SLIP GRIP TECHNOLOGY-Will not slip; holds the band in place and keeps your hair back during the most extreme workoutSTOP THE BURN-No more burning eyes from salty sweat
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30 Reddit comments about Halo II Headband Sweatband Pullover, Black:

u/andrewcooke · 11 pointsr/MTB

i bought one of these on a recommendation here, but haven't got to use it due to injury. but anyway, that's what's come up before in discussion.

u/thedogsbollies · 8 pointsr/cycling

I have both the wide and regular. Halo wide, Halo Regular. I live in FL and ride in 85-95 F most days. I can ride approx 40 miles before the wide becomes saturated and needs wringing out or changing. I normally replace with the regular which sees me through. I am a very heavy sweater!

u/Gnascher · 8 pointsr/cycling

If you think you might also want to go clipless on your mtb, you can also go with SPD on the roadie. Then you just need one pair of shoes for riding.

If not, or if you don't mind buying two pair of shoes, go with SPD-SL pedals and road-specific shoes. I use Shimano 105 pedals, and Giro Altus shoes. You can spend (lots) more, but I've never found either to be lacking.

As for what you need for the bike, you already mentioned the safety stuff. I recommend a medium sized saddle bag with:

  • one or two spare tubes
  • tire levers
  • Multitool with a chain breaker
  • CO2 filler head and 2 cartridges

    If you go on longer rides add:

  • patch kit
  • Tire boot
  • Mini pump

    For attire:

  • Cycling shorts (or bib shorts)
  • Jersey (get great deals on lightly-used jerseys on eBay. I've set up a "saved search" that sends me an email every day. I frequently get top-brand jerseys for < $20 incl. shipping.)
  • Gloves
  • Cycling hat or a Halo sweat band ... Keeps the sweat out of your eyes.
  • Eyewear. Not just to look cool, but also to protect your eyes from bugs and road debris. Either get something with swappable lenses, or have a couple different pairs appropriate to different lighting conditions.

    Note: For shorts and jerseys, it really does pay to get the "better brands" (to a point ... Rapha, Castelli, etc... are nice, but short on bang-for-buck ... definitely paying for the name here). The better brands fit better, work better and last longer. I'm a fan of Primal, Pearl Izumi, Sugoi, Canari)


  • Head unit with GPS/nav. I love my Elemnt Bolt
  • Speed/Cadence sensors. (I prefer the type with two separate sensors that mount on your wheel hub and crank arm. I find the all in one units that mount on your chain stay to be too fiddly.)

    If you want to up your electronics game, add a heart rate monitor (cheap) and/or power meter (expensive).

    Also, consider upgrading your tires. Tires are one of the cheapest upgrades you can make on your bike that will have a significant impact on performance.

    If your wheels are tubeless compatible, I can't recommend road tubeless enough. I have used both the Schwalbe Pro One and the new Mavic Yksion UST, and have been happy with both. You can then pare down your road kit to only one tube, CO2 can and tire boot. Keep the tools, but make sure the tire levers are strong ones. Tubeless tires can be a bitch to mount (though the Yksion UST's were super easy on my wheels ... YMMV).

    For traditional tires, the Continental Grand Prix 4000 Sii is pretty much the go to tire. It's light, rolls well, has great grip and decent tread life and puncture protection.

u/OnceAteABurgerAMA · 8 pointsr/nba

I sweat like a fucking maniac, like to the point that I'm planning on seeing a doctor about it. However I wear headbands all the time and have gotten pretty fond of wearing them. I have 4 different colors of the Halo headbands and I'm super happy with them

u/lavamunster · 8 pointsr/running

Halo II sweatband. I think I look funny wearing it, and I have a weird tan line across my forehead. But for somebody who sweats a ton, this thing really keeps the sweat out of your eyes.

u/DifficultBoss · 8 pointsr/MTB

Halo headbands are pretty sweet. Amazon
It has a silicone band across it to keep sweat from dripping down

u/[deleted] · 6 pointsr/bicycling

I have a Halo II Headband that I use and like. It has a little squeegee in the front that diverts sweat to the sides. Without it, I have the same stinging sweat problems you described. With it, the issue is gone. The only drawback is that it makes my helmet a bit of a tight fit depending on how I position it.

u/tuumi2 · 5 pointsr/hockeyplayers

I was having real problems with sweat in my eyes too. I am currently using this Halo Headband and it works really well. It does not take up much space in my helmet either. Also it is reusable unlike No Sweat liners.

u/TheVictor333 · 3 pointsr/LucidDreaming

I use these Sony earphones:

And I keep it in place with this headband:

u/eyeffensive · 3 pointsr/wma

If he does a lot of sparring in a helmet, he might appreciate a good headband for all the sweat. If you get one in white, you could put a custom logo on it, maybe his club's logo or a sword and shield, or his family crest/motto if you know it.

Here are some headbands that come in white that should work under a helmet and whisk sweat:

u/freakazeud · 3 pointsr/crossfit

I tried many and the Halo ended up being my favorite. It's light but effective, fits well and the only one that doesn't make me look completely like a doofess.

u/gullzway · 2 pointsr/oculus
u/kaiserjosef666 · 2 pointsr/cycling

I use Halo. They're essentially a cap that goes under your helmet and has a little strip of silicone on the forehead part that acts as a diverter for your sweat so it stays out of your eyes.

Halo II Headband Sweatband Pullover Black

u/rhenze · 2 pointsr/hockeyplayers

/u/thelitt recommended these headbands to me. I need to order one myself.

u/WeWontTechOurWayOut · 2 pointsr/cycling

This shit changed my life.

u/leppermessiah1 · 1 pointr/Vive
u/BlackandGold77 · 1 pointr/hockeyplayers

For the Sweat Sting, I've starting using a headband under my helmet. No eye sting. No cure for Hockey Asthma though.

u/definitelynotaspy · 1 pointr/running

I just ordered this one which I think has potential. It doesn't rely on absorbing moisture to keep sweat out of your face, so even on those really sweaty runs (read: every single run I go on), it should still be useful. And it'll definitely dry more quickly than those terrycloth American Apparel nightmares. I'm going to take it out for a spin tomorrow night so I'll try to report back.

u/trippknightly · 1 pointr/trailrunning

I am the same at least as far as sweat to the eyes goes. I was kind of kidding as far as performance goes though maybe not for color because we all know that black bandanas reduce mile times by 15 sec or more. Should probably start a thread on this. I use cotton but the larger 27" square get you more absorbency. They still get soaked too soon. You can wring out to decent effect whenever you need mid-run. Buffs and the like have no absorbency. Microfiber shop towels I mean to try. There a couple seemingly-gimmicky products out there like Gutr and [Halo](] which I can't bring myself to try -- both use a plastic channel to deflect water out the sides like rain spouts.

u/jrummy · 1 pointr/running

I am a fan of Halo II headbands

You probably are not going to find a headband that doesn't get soaked with your sweat if you sweat a lot. The key is having something that diverts the sweat out of your eyes, and also is easy to ring out. The Halo does both. It has a little rubbery band that sits on your brow and causes the sweat to run down the sides of your face rather than the middle.

It will eventually get loaded up with sweat and lose its effectiveness until you ring it out, at which point it's good to go again. On hot days I'll usually have to ring it out every 3 miles or so.

It's pretty light, so it doesn't leave you feeling hotter like some other bands I've tried.

u/boredcircuits · 1 pointr/bicycling

I use this headband. Keeps sweat out very well, especially with the rubber bit. (Note: apparently some sellers on that link are selling a cheap knock-off, buyer beware. The genuine article works very well.)

u/waywardpoet · 1 pointr/MTB

Try the [Halo] ( it has a yellow band thingee that pushes sweat to the outside. Its been working for me and I live in Arizona.

u/Robo_Bobot · 1 pointr/tDCS

I use but I imagine any sweatband would do.

u/thelitt · 1 pointr/hockeyplayers

I sweat a lot, so a good headband or whatever helps you to block to sweat from your eyes is good

I've got one of these and it's awesome

u/tdcsbuilder · 1 pointr/tDCS


What did you use to secure the electrodes? Would sweatbands like these work? (thinking that if they absorb the saline the might be able to conduct inappropriately)

Is there an easy way to mount the device by oneself?

u/awesometographer · 1 pointr/bikecommuting

Got a stash of these sleeves (UV protection) that I cannot recommend enough, and a headband for keeping sweat out of my eyes.

u/justasack · 1 pointr/running

I use the Halo headband. Similar concept except the "gutter" is on the inside of the band, so it looks more normal. It does leave a mark on my forehead when I take it off, but I don't really mind.