In a helmet, the best way to keep dripping sweat out of eyes and glasses.
Our "no sweat" helmet sweat liners were initially designed for cyclists. But, our bike helmet sweat liners also happily manage sweat in skate helmets, cowboy hats, equestrian riding helmets, motorcycle helmets and more. The drape of wicking anti-microbial bamboo material lines the helmet and covers the top of your head also serves as sun protection in ventilated helmets. Also, great for the shaved, the bald and the balding.
Keep dripping sweat from eyes and glasses, in the most humid locations.
Manage runaway sweat in extreme conditions with another version of our ultra absorbent sweat stopping helmet liner. The X2 sweat liners have double the sweat stopping capability of our original! This is essentially a front pad replacement system, with loop material for the hook-and-loop pad attachment points at the front of most helmets. SweatHawg Helmet Sweat Liner X2 gives you the ultimate cushy "no sweat" experience.
The hygienic wicking bamboo 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. SweatHawgs are cool when you're warm and perspiring (and they are damp and evaporating). Forget about dripping sweat!
What's the great sweat stopping secret?
100% technical fabrics, our sweat absorbing Helmet Sweat Liner combines aggressively wicking lightweight hygienic bamboo fabric with a hyper-absorbent brow to stop dripping burning sweat. Absorption plus wicking plus evaporation cools you when damp, and the flat seams mean no "hot spots" under a helmet.
Directions for Use:
1) Verify your helmet has removable hook & loop attached pads (most do).
2) Remove the front set of pads.
3) Place your SweatHawg in the front of the helmet, centered and aligned with front edge.
4) Secure in place by pushing the SweatHawg’s loop material onto the hook material inside the helmet.
5) Put the helmet on your head, brow first, secure straps.
You now have a comfy thirsty SweatHawg instead of front pads!
Check out our latest review from BikeRumor.com
SWEATHAWG DOUBLES UP, NEW HELMET LINER X2 SOAKS UP THE SWEAT
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PERFORMANCE GUARANTEE: Most effective sweat managing headwear, or your money back.
- Washing Instructions:
- Machine Wash Warm, Line Dry. Fabric softener not recommended.
- 100% Polyester
I only wish I would have bought 2 of the hook and loop sweathawgs instead of one with and one without
Finally found a solution against burning eyes in the summer. The liner makes the helmet even more comfortable.
I got the original helmet liner a few years ago to provide protection to my bald head. It works awesome but sometimes it almost gets overwhelmed in Central Florida during the summer. It's a little warmer than the stock pads but it's worth it to prevent sunburn and/or those weird vent tan lines. I wanted to get a second one and I've been eyeing the X2 since it came out. I finally got it and it improves upon the original a bit. There's actual Velcro to stick to the helmet and I think the material is slightly thinner but not in a bad way. It absorbs really well but we'll have to see come August. I highly recommend this!
It works as claimed. It keeps the sweat from dripping into my eyes and glasses and as someone who is balding, it makes my helmet much more comfortable.
I have used Sweat GUTR, Halo Headbands with strip and Headsweats. All of these resulted in less sweat in the eyes and sunglasses, but in the usual summer Memphis heat and humidity, these were overwhelmed on the worst summer days. I purchased the Helmet Liner X2 with hook and loop along with the Headband. I have only used the Helmet Liner and it has not allowed sweat to run down the front of my face in either the eyes or sunglasses. I thought I would need both the helmet liner and the headband to accomplish this, but so far - no. I may need to use both as the summer progresses, but I have rode with the Heat Index just under 110 degrees F. Don't know how it does this, the X2 is very slim, not bulky at all. Great product!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
“The SweatHawg is by far the best option I have tried, and I have now stopped looking.”