Many people have worn our cycling caps and running hats through numerous road races and marathons. Headsweats is proud to be worn by these athletes and competitors that put in the extra time and effort to perform at peak levels. Peak performance isn't something that just happens, and that applies to our fabric technology just as it does to running and cycling. By creating the best headwear, we can help your body stay cool during competition, allowing you to keep going and finish strong. Our Eventure™ Fabric is the foundation of all our headwear and is second to none in terms of performance.
The Eventure™ Technology goes into every product that we make and is designed to move and stretch with you as you move. The Grid fabric is lightweight and durable, as well as extremely breathable, allowing heat to escape from your body instead of becoming trapped under your cycling helmet. The Woven fabric is tear resistant, so you won't have to worry about something happening during your next race. Each Eventure™ model is extremely effective at wicking away moisture, keeping the sweat out of your eyes while you stay cool and on track.
We also carry Knit and Fleece options in specific models of our headwear, so if you train year round in a climate that experiences all four seasons, you can wear a Headsweats cap or hat that wicks away sweat while helping keep your body at the proper temperature. Our cycling caps and running hats are designed to improve your performance, and that's something to which we'll always stay committed.
If you've been injured while cycling, you know how difficult it can be to go through rehab and physical therapy in order to return to riding form. It's common knowledge that most cycling injuries occur in the legs and ankles since they exert the most force over the course of a training ride or road race. [...]
If you splurged for the first time in a long time this year, and bought a new road or mountain bike, you probably can't wait for the first time that you can take it out on the street or the trail. At Headsweats, we love seeing the new styles and updates that appear on the [...]
With February almost over and March soon to arrive, a new season is almost here. If you get excited every spring to get your bike out of the garage and hit the paths and trails around your town or city, it's the perfect time to pick up a new helmet from your local sporting goods [...]
Cycling is a passion that burns in many people's hearts, and they're never truly happy until they're rolling down the road on two wheels or pedaling up that next hill. At Headsweats, we love seeing our products get lots of use by passionate cyclists, and know that they're excited to strap on their helmet and [...]
As you check people's names off your shopping list this holiday season, you can't help but think about what they've bought for you. While you know it's better to give than to receive, you're excited about some of the things that you've shared on your holiday wish list. At Headsweats, we love making those wishes [...]
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There are so many choices in life that it can often be hard to make a decision about a simple purchase. It doesn't matter if you're shopping for smartphones, home appliances, or clothes - the variety can often drive you to indecision. At Headsweats, we offer a variety of cycling caps and hats, but we're [...]
Where we are proponents of cyclists of all types, we have to admit that we've been a tad remiss in acknowledging our friends who choose to cycle less "upright" than others. Those who choose to ride recumbent bikes will consistently preach the benefits of the laid-back style regardless of the myths and even stigmas that [...]
On the surface cycling seems like a fairly straight-forward activity. Jump on a bike and pedal. But when one starts to get serious about cycling, with longer and more frequent rides, the minute details and intricacies start to make a difference. Being more knowledgeable about cycling can help you experience a more comfortable, successful ride. [...]