STOP SWEAT BURNING YOUR EYES
SweatHawg; One Thirsty Beast
No more sweat in your eyes or drips on your glasses. This sweat-swilling swine has it all over the drip-sipping options already out there.
Our multi-sport headwear products all have a generous comfy layer of
hydro-philic felt that absorbs ten times its weight in water. Revolutionary absorbency is sewn into aggressively wicking fabrics that disperse, evaporate and cool.
Wicks Wet Away
First and foremost, SweatHawgs are helmet liners. Originally intended for cyclists, they have since found homes in skate helmets, ball caps, equestrian helmets and cowboy hats.
A wicking brow transfers moisture to hyper-absorbent fabric. Then the wicking head cover aggressively disperses moisture, where it evaporates and cools.
The material that lines the helmet and covers the top of your head also serves as sun protection in ventilated helmets. Great for the shaved, the bald, and the balding. A three season accessory, SweatHawgs are cool when you’re warm and they’re wet, warm when you’re cool and they’re dry.
Sweat Happens. Wear a Hawg, ride on!
Do something sweaty without a helmet? Our new cap inserts are for everyone. They work in any hat that has a cloth headband. Just insert behind it and you have the same SweatHawg
keeping the sweat out of your eyes.
Also available is our
ultra absorbent headband.
You will find SweatHawg Extreme
Sweat Control products to be
the most effective of their kind,
or your money back!
STOP SWEAT DRIPPING IN GLASSES
Bye-bye bandanna! Second “cool” for our helmet liners is the clean stealthy look. SweatHawgs hide in helmets.
Black material behind black helmet ribs is barely visible. Hook-and-loop attachment option is pretty cool too. Pads come out, liner goes in, attaching to the pad system’s hooks. Pad replacement, essentially.
Made in Oregon, USA
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