Halo II Athletic Sweatband
The Halo II Headband is our best-selling headband.
Featuring a classic elastic pullover design, the Halo II will fit any head comfortably to redirect sweat and moisture from your eyes and face.
With our patented SweatBlock Technology and Dryline® Fabric, these athletic sweatbands will keep up with your high performance training.
The Halo II’s are great sweatbands for running, cycling, squash, tennis, badminton, or virtually any other activity that will work up a sweat. They fit comfortably under helmets and are great headbands for men or women.
Halo II Pullover Headband Features:
How It Works
Dryline fabric is a high performance material that quickly evaporates moisture so you stay dry and comfortable. It is lightweight, durable, and abrasion resistant which will not lose shape.
VisaEndurance technologies combine effective long lasting odor control with moisture management and easy care. What sets it apart is its combination of odor control with a multitude of other performance capabilities for providing overall comfort to the end-user.
- Controls odors
- Wicks perspiration away from the body
- Dries quickly
- Releases stains
- Soft and breathable
What does moisture management mean to you? It means that this fabric will help keep you dry by wicking away sweat and perspiration from your body when you are working hard or working out. In fact, this wicking property is one of the most important features in high performance apparel, because it helps to keep you comfortable in the most uncomfortable situations.
VisaEndurance is a silver-based antimicrobial. It is powered by silver ions, which control the growth of odor causing bacteria and therefore keeps the fabric smelling fresh. The silver ions are actually encased in a ceramic cage and are only released when they come in contact with human sweat.
Unlike other synthetic fabrics, VisaEndurance fabrics release most stubborn stains easily in the wash. VisaEndurance is less likely to pick up other dirts and oils from the wash water, so colors tend to stay the same and do not become "grayed out" over time.
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