In a helmet, the best way to keep dripping sweat out of eyes and glasses.
Our sweat stop 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.
And the great sweat stopping secret is...
100% technical fabrics, our sweat absorbing drip stopping helmet sweat liner combines aggressively wicking lightweight anti-micro bamboo fabric with a hyper-absorbent brow layer to stop dripping sweat. No more smeared glasses or burning eyes. Absorption plus wicking plus evaporation cools you when damp, and the flat seams mean no "hot spots" when used under a helmet. No sweat!
$4 US First Class Shipping (Unlimited) will be added at checkout. Other shipping options also available, including International to Canada and Australia. Free US Shipping on orders of $60 or more!
PERFORMANCE GUARANTEE: Most effective sweat managing headwear, or your money back.
- Washing Instructions:
- Machine Wash Warm, Line Dry. Fabric softener not recommended.
- 100% Polyester
Great product solved the problem of stinging sweat in my eyes while mountain biking. This liner was also a great fix for the deteriorated pads in my Smith helmet. I was going to have to buy a new helmet because Smith doesn't sell replacement pads for their helmets. I just pulled out the front pads and used the helmets Velcro to hold the Sweathawg hook & loop liner in. Sweathaw g is great it works and saved me $200 as a bonus.
I have always been a head sweater - living in Queensland Australia we have terrible humidity. I have now tried the helmet liner under my equestrian helmet - it is comfortable and really helps manage my sweaty head.
Several years ago, someone gave me the original liner that Sweathawg sold. I used it religiously and it always worked well. Recently, I lost it, so I looked up the company and ordered a replacement. I used it on a ride recently and found it to be a significant improvement over the original liner. It is bigger, it fits nicely inside a helmet, it's very easy to "install" on my head (the instructions are good), and I believe I am less likely to lose it because it seems to stay put in the helmet whenever I removed the helmet from my head. I used it on a very humid day and no sweat dripped into my eyes at all. It was comfortable; it did not cause my head to get too hot. I also ordered the X2 model, in case the basic model did not have enough absorption (I sweat a lot), but based on this one ride, I think the basic model will be fine and serve my needs well. So I think Sweathawg has another winner here.
“Great product!!! Been putting it to the test in the July / August heat here in Bend. Best sweat management tool ever!!!!”
Truth be told, the reason this review is coming out in the middle of winter is because I became so used to the SweatHawg that I forgot about it. It sounds weird, but I’ve been using this product daily for the past almost 6 months and I forgot it because it works, it makes my ride better, and it doesn’t cost the Earth. The SweatHawg headwear has become a fully integrated part of my cycling kit. It should be part of yours too.