You've spent most of the winter indoors, just waiting for that first nice day when you can get your running shoes out of the closet or the bike down off the hooks and hit the streets for a run or a ride. At Headsweats, we love when the weather turns nicer and you can get outside and start gearing up for your first race of the year. You may have been running on treadmills or pedaling on stationary bikes during the winter, but with spring's arrival, you're planning to take your workout outside. If you want to protect your eyes and your head on those sunny days, check out our running hats and visors for women.
If you're a woman that runs multiple races throughout the course of the spring and summer, you know how important it is to be both mentally and physically prepared. You try to minimize distractions while training, and may run or ride in a secluded place with less traffic and pedestrians. Most of all, you want to stay focused on getting in shape for your first race. Our Women's Tempo Visor will help keep your hair out of your eyes and the Eventure terry sweatband will catch any perspiration that tries to find its way into your eyes. If you have to run or ride in a location where there's traffic, the reflective piping will keep you safe and visible.
If you're preparing for your first marathon or road race of the season, stay focused and train harder by browsing our visors for women. Pick one out that suits you, head outside, and push yourself harder than ever.
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 [...]
Women's sports and events may not attract as many viewers as men's sports, but that doesn't mean these women aren't just as competitive. If you're a woman with a competitive spirit, you want to put forth your best effort every time you step on the court or set out on your bike. At Headsweats, we [...]
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, [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
If you're not one who lets the weather keep them indoors when the snow starts falling, you're like us. Here at Headsweats, we love staying dedicated to running and cycling all year, even when the weather gets a little crazy. Our running hats, running caps, and running visors are sure to get you where you're [...]
When you go for a run on a sunny day, you want to keep your eyes and face protected from the UV rays. You apply sunscreen and put on a hat, but as you run, your hat keeps heat from escaping from the top of your head. Soon, sweat is running down your forehead and [...]
Runners often experience a multitude of physiological responses when they run. Why we experience these, sometimes not so pleasant, effects of running is often a mystery. We've compiled the most common questions about our body's responses and abilities hoping that they help with some of your own questions: Why do I get a headache post-run? Poor [...]