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    Sweat Buster Review

    I don't know about y'all, but I sweat when I ride my mountain bike. In pretty much any weather, I'm used to those irritating beads of salty eye sting water falling from my helmet into my face.

    So, when I heard about the Sweat Buster by Trax, I decided to try it.

    Basically the Sweat Buster is a terrycloth (I think) padded insert that replaces the front pads of your helmet. It velcros in place and comes out easily to wash. It does interfere with the straps in my Giro helmet slightly, but with a little adjustment it fits well.

    As advertised, this insert busts sweat. I took a client on two 4 hour rides over two days in moderate heat (73 or so with a bit of humidity) which would have normally been plenty to have me dripping sweat out of my helmet. I didn't get a single drop of sweat from my helmet. At all.

    My only complaint is that the insert itches my forehead a little, but I'm sure it'll break in and my forehead will adapt.

    Overall, I am SUPER satisfied with the Sweat Buster, and would recommend it to anyone who gets tired of drops of sweat in their eyes, mouth, glasses, beard, etc....
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    Sweating while riding??? What is wrong with you? Actually, you may have just remedied a consistent problem for me! Thank you in advance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by docter_zab View Post
    Overall, I am SUPER satisfied with the Sweat Buster, and would recommend it to anyone who gets tired of drops of sweat in their eyes, mouth, glasses, beard, etc....
    Thanks for the review. I'm running a TLD A-1 and I love everything about it EXCEPT it allows sweat to drip in my eyes and on my glasses. Looks like it may be a bit warm, but I may have to give it a try.

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    I definitely think it's worth it!
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    I love my sweat buster! I reviewed it and gave a follow up review as well somewhere in the forums. No more stinging/itchy sweat in my eyes and I don't notice it's even there. Only downside is that you have to rinse/wash it but since I wash riding clothes often its not an issue. Sometimes I just rinse it in the sink and wringe it out. Other times I just wear a couple times before washing.. Eww!

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    It was AWESOME to stumble across this thread!

    Just to clarify the Sweat Buster is 100% Micro Fiber which is similar to terry but is able to absorb much more liquid. Its always best to remove the SB after a ride, fold in half and ring out, rinse if possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RipRoar View Post
    100% Micro Fiber
    that's the term I was lookin for
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    I have to agree, I'm bald so I have to have something on or sweat is pouring down into my eyes. I've tried all kind of dew rags and gutter, but they all eventually get saturated and it starts running in my eyes. I've been on 8 rides with my Sweat Buster and have not had one single drop in my eyes or on my glasses, even riding during 95F days. It's pretty full most times but it has yet to fail me. Super easy to install and remove for cleaning.

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    I use the Halo headband and like how thin it is. It does become saturated after long rides but works way better than nothing at all. The Sweatbuster looks really thick.

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    Re: Sweat Buster Review

    Quote Originally Posted by jmallory View Post
    I use the Halo headband and like how thin it is. It does become saturated after long rides but works way better than nothing at all. The Sweatbuster looks really thick.
    I thought it looked thick as well, but it actually isn't and it works really well.

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    Just ordered a 2nd sweat buster and they have a special going in October... $2 off if you use the code biketoberfest when ordering.

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    The Sweat Buster is top notch. I have one and love it. I hesitated at first once I got it, as it seemed like it was thick, furry, and would be too warm. But really, it is none of those things. It fits perfect in my Giro Feature and takes care of the sweat issue big time. It adds comfort to my helmet fit, and now I actually like my helmet better. A discovered benefit was riding with it in the rain, as it absorbs all water, not just sweat. Truly a great product. Highly recommended for sure. Thanks Trax!
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    If any of you Sweat Buster Users out there are in need of an additional pad we now have Neon Green available if that's your thing....enter promo code: MtbNeonGreen to get $3.00 off each Sweat Buster (any color).

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    I rock a skull cap. Works like a champ. Sweatbuster looks hot.

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    Rip Roar, thanks, I just bought a new halo after using one for years, but it will be good to try the sweatbuster as well.

    When I worked for the Utah Department of Transportation I had to wear a hardhat when on the job, I made several little terry pads that fit into a hardhat for me and my coworkers. I also use a headband in my rock climbing helmet. I think you could branch out if you want too. . .
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    Thanks unrooted!, yes we have a Mod Kit II for Hard Hats and Welding Helmets...same concept, uses same great pad and easy in out for washing / rinsing...




    Quote Originally Posted by unrooted View Post
    Rip Roar, thanks, I just bought a new halo after using one for years, but it will be good to try the sweatbuster as well.

    When I worked for the Utah Department of Transportation I had to wear a hardhat when on the job, I made several little terry pads that fit into a hardhat for me and my coworkers. I also use a headband in my rock climbing helmet. I think you could branch out if you want too. . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by antisocial83 View Post
    I rock a skull cap. Works like a champ. Sweatbuster looks hot.
    Looks can be deceiving once there is a slight bit of moisture in the Sweat Buster it actually helps cool you down.....the skull cap is, well a cap and tends to hold heat in...mucho hotter in our testing & rider feedback....

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    Riproar, how much is shipping cost to SoCal?
    In the website, I have to put my detail info before I could get shipping cost. I prefer to know the cost first before giving out my info, I think most people do.

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    Just ordered one to AZ; shipping was $2, which is hard to beat.

    Here's hoping it works well. I've used a skull cap previously (terrible) and a variety of different bands. Halo seems to work the best for me, but it fills up super-quick. I'd need to carry three or four in my bag to make it efficient.

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    I got one of these things off Rip Roar last year, and they are fantastic!

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    Thanks Blatant, I just ordered one.
    See how it goes.
    I've been using sweat gutr for years, pretty happy with it.
    But it gets full fast on hot day, and if forgot to look up to the sky, the sweat would drip to my face.
    I have to look up from time to time while riding before the gutr is full.

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    Great product at a great price point, I'm a heavy sweating rider and recently tried the sweat buster. Not a drop down my face since installation and most importantly not a drop on my glasses during the entire ride. This summer's rides will be much improved and safer for me, strong recommendation to anyone who stops to squish the sweat out of their helmet and has to spend a bit of time clearing the lenses of their glasses due to sweat raining down the face.

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    Quote Originally Posted by balloonknot View Post
    Great product at a great price point, I'm a heavy sweating rider and recently tried the sweat buster. Not a drop down my face since installation and most importantly not a drop on my glasses during the entire ride. This summer's rides will be much improved and safer for me, strong recommendation to anyone who stops to squish the sweat out of their helmet and has to spend a bit of time clearing the lenses of their glasses due to sweat raining down the face.
    First off, I love your user name.. Lol. Second, you joined in 2006 and are just now posting?

    Anyways, I agree with everyone else on how great the buster is. I am still using the first one I got from Rip Roar last year and it gets washed 2-3 times a week.

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    Received mine as ordered and installed it in my Urge Endur-o-matic helmet. First ride this morning. I guess my first reaction is … meh.

    Some caveats: I live in Arizona and my head sweats a lot. It was 68 degrees when I started my ride before 7 this morning and about 78 when I wrapped up at 9. Our humidity is super-low, but most of our trails are in direct desert sunlight and the sun is strong.

    I used the Sweat Buster in combination with a Halo band as I really do sweat a lot. I suppose it works somewhat better than stock padding, but didn't prevent sweat in my eyes or my sunglasses.

    And the increased padding size gave me a wicked pressure headache. In fairness, I'll wash it out and tomorrow ride without the Halo to give it another go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blatant View Post
    Received mine as ordered and installed it in my Urge Endur-o-matic helmet. First ride this morning. I guess my first reaction is … meh.

    Some caveats: I live in Arizona and my head sweats a lot. It was 68 degrees when I started my ride before 7 this morning and about 78 when I wrapped up at 9. Our humidity is super-low, but most of our trails are in direct desert sunlight and the sun is strong.

    I used the Sweat Buster in combination with a Halo band as I really do sweat a lot. I suppose it works somewhat better than stock padding, but didn't prevent sweat in my eyes or my sunglasses.

    And the increased padding size gave me a wicked pressure headache. In fairness, I'll wash it out and tomorrow ride without the Halo to give it another go.

    Definitely report back after trying without Halo.

    You may need to adjust its position up or down to find the perfect fit for your helmet.

    Urge Endur-o-matic is a great helmet! I have one as well for colder temps only as it just doesn't have enough venting for me. It also does not have any adjustment in the back. So if it still too tight after removing the Halo PM me for a thinner option, you should not be having any wicked pressure going on.

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    Wanted to follow up on this. I did have a much better experience on second ride. This time I wore the sweat buster without the additional Halo band. It worked much better and did not give me a pressure headache this time.

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    I have 3 rides so far, not a single drop of sweat. I just squeeze it after every ride, quite surprised to see that much sweat dripping.
    Haven't been on longer ride yet (4+ hours), I wanna see how long it can hold on to the sweat.

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    I put the sweatbuster in my rock climbing helmet and did 2 days in Yosemite, in the sun. I really like the sweat buster, it keeps sweat from dripping into my eyes and makes my helmet feel much more comfortable. Thsnks rip roar!
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    Assos RoboFoil Cap is amazing! I highly recommend it.

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    Tried Halo and Sweathawg but the only "sweat in the eyes" mitigation that works for me is Sweat Buster. Easy to install, more comfortable than the stock forehead liner in my helmet and most of all keeps sweat out of my eyes. First time in my life I can wear sun glasses while riding thanks to Sweat Buster!

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    yeah, I want to follow up on my initial tepid review. I really ended up liking this product. Works exactly as advertised for me.

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    I have been using the Halos for years now and while they worked for the most part I did find them hot.
    Bought two Sweatbusters, one for my Fox Flux commuter and one for my IXS. Very nice change.
    Keeps the sweat out of my eyes and they are much cooler than the halos.

    THey are thick so they definitely make the helmets snugger but i just don't cinch them down as much now.

    Two thumbs up for me.

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    Love to read these!! So glad it worked out good for you guys..

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    Sweat Buster Review

    I wear a underarmour skull cap cause i sweat from my head like crazy. It is a bit warm but they have a lighter one. One pro to a skull cap is if im head bunting branches i dont have bugs, leaves and tree crap in my hair. Got back to work after a lunch ride and had a beetle in my hair and it bit me.
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    Just ordered a two pack, I am hopefull, as I sweat A LOT

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    Been using mine for about a month now and I like it very much. It not only absorbs the sweat, but it also aids in a more comfortable helmet fit too.

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    Ordered a 2 pack as well. Been using a lot of other things, such as bandanas, mesh skull cap, buff headwear, halo headband, ear warmer thingee, etc. I'll so how this compares. Planning on doing some longer summer SoCal rides where there's no shade.

    BTW, thanks for the discount code.

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    Anyone put one of the bad-boys in a Bell Super yet? I'm curious what you did with the front pad as far as trimming it or just removing it all together. I love the Sweat Buster for sure and want to use it. I have one in a Giro Feature and it basically swapped out the front pad. This new Super is a bit different as far as the pad design goes. Let me know if anyone has done this helmet yet. Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Giant Chachi View Post
    Anyone put one of the bad-boys in a Bell Super yet? I'm curious what you did with the front pad as far as trimming it or just removing it all together. I love the Sweat Buster for sure and want to use it. I have one in a Giro Feature and it basically swapped out the front pad. This new Super is a bit different as far as the pad design goes. Let me know if anyone has done this helmet yet. Thanks!
    The Bell Super has been my go to helmet for the last few months. I have been happy with it after a few adjustments. It sits very low on my head and the retention adjuster works excellent, I like that.

    I ended up removing the vent cover as the helmet sits so low on my head it would come in contact with my Smith Pivlock (frameless) lens and occasionally bleed sweat from coming in contact with the lens. That I couldn't have!.

    So this is what I did to the OEM Bell Super pad. The retention strap runs through the pad (red circles), you can pop the strap out then pull them off the pad and just snap them back in, or simply cut the pad.

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    Hey RipRoar,

    What about a TLD A-1 helmet, and an Urge All-M?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kevinboyer View Post
    Hey RipRoar,

    What about a TLD A-1 helmet, and an Urge All-M?
    Fits great in an Urge EndurOmatic, I use this helmet in winter mostly. The Urge All Mountain has two strips you would cutoff that go over the top of your head. Keep those and replace the brow portion of the pad with the Sweat Buster.

    Since this helmet does not have a rear retention adjustment adding the SB really improved the fit for me.

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    I dont have the TLD-A1 yet but it looks very straight forward. You could also cut in an arc shape and keep the entire upper pad attached as one piece (blue).


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    Just got back from my first ride. Another satisfied customer. I sweat a lot, and it took my two hours to saturate it, and even then it didn't drip much. I swapped out to a fresh buster and kept riding. And the buster makes the helmet more comfortable. Also my head was cooler since I wasn't wearing a skull cap

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    Got a ride with this during the day in the SoCal heat, with some climbing and without any shade, and found that it kept sweat out of my eyes pretty well. Just pulled the whole front pad out of my Fox Flux and replaced it with the sweat buster. Liking it a lot; it lets some sweat get close dripping down the temples, but not a problem. Couldn't ride with the Fox Flux without headwear at all before... once forgot and went on a fairly epic XC ride (SART) and when I took a break, it amused me when I pressed the front of my helmet to my forehead and all the sweat squeezed out and streamed off of my visor (with my head tilted forward). I had to wipe sweat a lot during that ride, and it was at higher elevation and in shade, so it shouldn't have been as bad as the ride I just did today. I like how it can just stay with the helmet, so I can't forget it.

    Now I have to figure out what to do with all my bandana's and other headwear that I don't need anymore, thanks to the Sweat Buster. It doesn't keep sweat from dripping from everywhere under my helmet like my other headwear, but it prevents it in the most critical area in a super convenient manner.

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    I am that guy - he who sweats walking down the street - anywhere I may be on a mission greater than a snails pace or the temp is above 65. Have a Bell Super and been using all the options, sweatvac, gutr, etc... at some point - they get saturated (and usually within 60 minutes of riding here in CO) and sweat starts hitting my sunnies... I know the Super has been reviewed as "hot" and not doing a good job of keep sweat off th glasses - i almost ditched it as that to is my experience. but it is a super comfy, adjustable and nice coverage helmet.

    used the code and just ordered a 2 pack - look fwd to giving em a go - especially now that we are in the 90's in the front range. Will post up my findings.

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    5 rides in - and yest was the ride that normally sees sweat pouring out of my helmet and whatever is underneath - gutr, sweatvac, skullcap etc... within 30-40 mins. I am the guy who sweats buckets in heat and the ride - Apex/Emerald Forest is awesome - but gets me all the time. Usually cant see out of my sweat stung eyes or rivers of sweat running down my lenses (Bell Super is strange in how it does this so well). Again - this was with any/every skullcap or sweat device.

    NOT this time - I rode the entire ride and while I had to wipe my eyes, it wasnt from sweat coming off my forehead or out the helmet! Not a single drop on my lenses. SCORE!!

    these things - when dry weigh nothing,and are super comfy in the helmet - when I pulled it out after the ride it was like a pound soaked w sweat! Dont know what the magic is here but I dont need to know when it works so well.

    I bought the 2 pack - and would highly recommend if you ride consecutive days - gives you a chance to wear, rinse/wash the used one, and swap in the clean dry one for the next ride. Or - if you'd ride an epic all dayer - put the 2nd in pack and swap in if necessary.

    Great product that lives up to its promise! THANKS

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    Quick question, would this interfere with the new MIPS helmets like the Scott Stego? I plan to get one in the future but not quite yet and have a standard Giro helmet now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gregnash View Post
    Quick question, would this interfere with the new MIPS helmets like the Scott Stego? I plan to get one in the future but not quite yet and have a standard Giro helmet now.
    "MIPS is a low friction layer inside the helmet which allows the head to rotate relative to the helmet in an angled impact." - SCOTT Sports - MIPS® Brain Protection System

    The Sweat Buster would be no different than wearing a headband etc as far as MIPS goes, except you would be sucking up lots of sweat!.

    ALWAYS refer to your helmet manufactures fit guide, if you cannot achieve the proper fit with the Sweat Buster for some reason, contact us for a full refund.

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    another hugely satisfied customer here. bought the 2 pack and never looked back and I'm a major hyper-excretor!
    awesome product!

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    I have a dilemma: buy the green ones now or wait until they have blue in stock? I don't like neon but I'm thinking you can't see them so what difference does it make?

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    Think you just answered your own question

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