No more stinging eyes
If you have few hairs on your head like me (bald), cycling helmets present two problems. Without much hair on your head, cycling in hot weather means preparation tends to find its way right into your eyes. And if your helmet is well ventilated, the sun finds its way to your scalp.
I was skeptical at first, but the Halo works just as advertised. The small rubber-like strip on the inside edge goes right on your forehead and the the perspiration finds its way somewhere other than your eyes. And the breathable fabric keeps the sun from burning your scalp. And in cold, wet weather the Halo does a fine job of keeping your head warm.
I like it so much, I bought another!
Pased the century test
I had been using a competitors product (let's just say cranium perspires) and would inevitably get the occasional drip on my glasses on even cool days. I decided to try this and broke it in on a 100-miler on a 70-degree day. Not one drop of sweat fell and the headband fabric is really comfortable. Will definitely buy 1 or 2 more.
This is a great hat , halo style, to prevent sweat from rolling into your eyes. I am bold and this hat really works well. It's also breathable, you dont feel hot under the sun wearing this hat. It's light weight and easy to care for, but read washing intructions first. I do recommend this hat.
Would by again
This is my second HALO product. I purchased this scull cap for hiking in the mountains to keep the bugs from landing on my sweaty head. Not only did the product work as advertised, but it kept the bugs from bugging me while I was hiking.
We ride motorcyles and I bought this for my hubby to wear under his half helmet and he loves it! Very comfortable and fits perfect! I think I might have to buy one!
Works great keeping sweat out of my eyes
I use early mornings when cold outside and late in day when hot and I sweat a lot - works well in both situations.
this cap works great!
I like the band in the front to divert sweat away from my eyes. And amazingly my hair stays dry.
Feels confortable under my helmet.