- What Headband sweatband
Buff thing never worked for me: got saturated as quickly as helmet pads and felt uncomfortably warm, which defeats the purpose really. Got a SweatGutr instead. Much better: nothing to saturate, just leads the sweat away. It interferes with the straps of my new helmet though so a Halo is now winging its way to me.Posted 4 years agowobbliscottMember
If you’ve got a well ventilated helmet then a Buff thing should work. they wick away the sweat from your head and help it evaporate away, which also keeps your head cool. If your buff is getting saturated and leaking sweat, then your helmet is not ventilating well enough for the evaporation process to work.
I always ride with my buff on – keeps my head warm in the winter, cool in the summer and keeps the sweat off my face and out of my eyes.
I forgot my buff a few rides ago and it was horrible. A wet sweaty head, dripping into my eyes and when I stopped my head chilled down. Horrible. I always buff up.Posted 4 years agobigdeanSubscriber
Halo headbands last 20mins for me, ok on roadbike with the faster moving air to dry them. Tried a buff, there good to protect the head from sun but spend half the ride rotating the wet side to dry.
I now ride with no headband or pads in the helmet and just drip away with a wrist band on each arm just to .Posted 4 years ago
Not pretty but its best so far.
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