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Whatabout SweatHawg X2?

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SweatHawg now offers double-absorbency versions of most of our sweat control products, helmet liners, skull caps, and headbands. And we have the hardhat sweat bands, which were double from the start. 

While the single layer helmet liner we first offered solo in 2011 was immediately the most effective sweat management product available, we have been gratefully accepting suggestions from product users ever since. 

Early on, a pro reviewer from Bike Rumor tested our helmet liners in both dry and humid climates. 

Though he loved the drip-free performance in SoCal, back home in humid Illinois, an hour into his ride the dripping began. Based on this feedback, we doubled the absorbent layer and created the X2 helmet liner. Problem solved... no sweat :-) Read review here.

This year we added X2 versions of the headband and the skull cap. We'll keep the sweat out of your eyes and glasses, no matter where you ride...or run or skate or climb or walk or work.

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