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    New question here. Sweaty Helmet Problem

    My helmet is nasty cause I sweat like a paedophile in a toy store.

    I was looking at some remedies and thought to try a "do rag" (spelling?)

    Any one else wearing duRags while they bike ? Have they helped at all??


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    every ride year round.

    I wear these, carry overs from my harley riding days.

    SCHAMPA's Stretch Headwrap bandana

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    they look just like a du rag... it works good though??

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    Take old T-shirt (or shirt you're riding in), cut/rip off 1" from bottom, loop around head and tie if needed. Works good enough. More stylish than pictures 1, 2 and 3; but not #4.
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    Get a Halo headband or do-rag. Excellent product. I've used mine for years.

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    Get a halo headband

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    Quote Originally Posted by El_Duderino View Post
    Get a halo headband
    Headbands aren't really my style
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    It'll be under your helmet. Who's going to see it when you're riding?

    Headbands - Halo 2, Sweat GUTR, others?

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    Halo makes a du-rag as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fuglio View Post
    they look just like a du rag... it works good though??
    @ Fuglio, Schampa's are made with specific materials that, IMHO are some of the best at wicking sweat away from the head.

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    Headsweats. I tried the Halo and it still poured out sweat.
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    The halo at least channels the sweat off your brow and out of your eyes. Look at your toes when you stop and push your helmet once in a while to squeeze out the latest bucket sauce

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    halo works well to stop sweat in eyes, but the fabric on the top isn't at all thick so wont do a lot to stop your sweat making the helmet liner wet from the sweat.

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    I love the Halo du rag. The other week I misplaced mine and went for a ride without it. I had completely forgotten how much sweat gets in my eyes, on the helmet visor, and drips down my neck. I bought another Halo so i would never be without one.

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    I've been using a Buff under the helmet for some time, and it seems to help with keeping the sweat out of my eyes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SRALPH View Post
    Look at your toes when you stop and push your helmet once in a while to squeeze out the latest bucket sauce
    aka douching your helmet

    I loved doing that stopped in traffic back in my road biking days.
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    I use sweatgutr, works well for me. No absorbant material, just rubber, channelling the sweat to the side of my head.
    halo is absorbing sweat, but get saturated quickly if u sweat like a pig, eventually sweat will flood your head and eyes.
    with sweagutr , the gutter get full, so from time to time I have to look up to let the sweat flow to the side.

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    I'm trying out a product called Sweatbuster ,so far it is working very well. It is a liner that replaces the pads in your helmet.I used to use sweat bands that I got at sporting goods stores that paid about 2$ for ,those worked well also.

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    My friend used this from Columbia and they said that it is the best thing they have tried, plus keeps you cool

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    Or wear a cycling cap: Amazon.com: Pace Houndstooth Cycling Cap (Black/Gray): Sports & Outdoors

    I use that Pace cap, and the built in sweatband does a nice job of keeping sweat outta my eyes. Plus it looks hella stylish to boot, no?
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    Just to spread the stoke once again I will send out FREE Sweat Buster's by TraxFactory.com to the first 5 people that PM me their address. I can only ship to lower 48 unless you pay for shipping....limited time MTBR forum special!!!!!!

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    That looks like a fantastic product there rip. I sweat like Hunter Thompson and sweat management is important in helmets. The Giro Zen had thick comfy pads but once sodden, sweat in the eyes. I have a Lazer road helmet that seems to direct all sweat into my right eye. I have a Urge Enduromatic which has a different look and not many vents. I was forced to get a helmet with minimal venting to keep the sun off my bald head. Actinic keratosis. But this Urge has this goofy forehead pad called a Gangsta pad. It sticks out below the front of the helmet about 1cm and curls out a bit too. Sweat drips off in front of your face and maybe some sweat evaporates on the exposed bit. I think your pad would be an excellent fit in the Urge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by someoldfart View Post
    That looks like a fantastic product there rip. I sweat like Hunter Thompson and sweat management is important in helmets. The Giro Zen had thick comfy pads but once sodden, sweat in the eyes. I have a Lazer road helmet that seems to direct all sweat into my right eye. I have a Urge Enduromatic which has a different look and not many vents. I was forced to get a helmet with minimal venting to keep the sun off my bald head. Actinic keratosis. But this Urge has this goofy forehead pad called a Gangsta pad. It sticks out below the front of the helmet about 1cm and curls out a bit too. Sweat drips off in front of your face and maybe some sweat evaporates on the exposed bit. I think your pad would be an excellent fit in the Urge.
    I own the Urge Endur-o-matic (mostly for winter riding) as well and I know what you mean on the padding. The Sweat Buster made it fit so much better....PM me address and I will get you one out!

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    I have an underarmor headstock I wear when needed.

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    Just wanted to say 1 more available under my initial offer from above....

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