It seems like March came in like a lion for a majority of the country, but hopefully that means it goes out like a lamb. As temps rise and the weather turns a bit nicer, you'll be out there running again, perhaps getting ready for your first 10K or half marathon of the year. If you're looking for a new running hat to keep the sun off your head and the wind out of your face, visit Headsweats this month.
We've already talked about the annual college basketball tournament, but another big day in the month of March is of course St. Patrick's Day. While it's a time to gather with friends and celebrate your Irish heritage (no matter how much or how little you may have) it's also a great time to participate in a fun-run or road race. We have several St. Paddy's Day products, including our 3 Clovers Hi-Vis Race Hat. This reflective hat is perfect for early morning and late evening runs, and will make you easy to spot when you're on the street. It has an adjustable buckle, so it will work for any head size, and women can easily pull their hair back and through the hat's ponytail opening.
If you love to celebrate the month of March and everything that goes on in the third month of the year, visit Headsweats today and pick out a new St. Patrick's Day running hat or visor, and you'll be set until the next big holiday!
With only a few weeks left until the college basketball season ends and the madness of the yearly tournament begins, it's important that you show your school pride, no matter how long ago you were in college. If you love to cycle or run to stay fit, share in the madness this March with a [...]
With the college basketball season now underway, people across the nation are rooting for their favorite teams to make a push through their conference schedule and be well-positioned once March arrives. We've spoken about our Headsweats University collection before, but now that football is nearly behind us and there's plenty of basketball still to be played, [...]
Running on your own can be rewarding in and of itself, but being part of a team is always exciting, especially if you're running for a cause or charity. If you're part of a running or jogging team and have a creative side, you may have been charged with coming up with a team logo [...]
Every December, college football fans around the country gather in stadiums or in front of their televisions to watch their favorite teams and alma maters play in their conference championship games, in hopes of landing a spot in major bowl game. With this year being the first year of the new College Football Playoff, even [...]
During this time of the year, you're probably searching stores and the internet, trying to find the perfect gift for everyone on your list. Your family members are easy to buy for, but what about the white elephant gift exchange at work? There's usually a price limit on those gifts and if you haven't bought [...]
At Headsweats, we're always striving to provide our customers with the latest and greatest in headwear. We've been developing a new line of running hats and visors that's soon to appear, so if you like hats that are loud and proud, you'll love our Loudmouth collection. While we know that this collection isn't for everyone, it [...]
If you're someone who loves to get up early in the morning and go on a run before the people and traffic begin to populate the streets, it's important that you're visible to those that are commuting to work in the wee hours of the day. With high visibility running hats and running visors from [...]
Here at Headsweats, we know that wearing a hat year around when running is good protection, but did you? It’s easy to collect a plethora of different types of running hats and running caps, but they’re useless if you don’t use them. It may be difficult to choose what type of hat you want to [...]
Here at Headsweats, it’s pretty obvious that we love running, in addition to our awesome running hats and running caps. We also love learning about the history behind running and why we run and jog like we do today. You know, it wasn’t until fairly recently that jogging was even considered something to do socially [...]