Sweatbands – head, wrist, and armbands

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Head Sweatbands for Athletes

Athletes have a lot to be thankful for because of the comfort and convenience that head sweatbands bring to the world of sport. Athletic headbands are perfect for activities such as running, climbing, playing tennis, badminton and other ballgames, which is why they have to be made from a comfortable material.

Sweatbands should perfectly fit the head. They are made of elastic material and are usually one-size-fits-all. Athletes choose headbands that are adjustable so that they are not too tight on the head and neither too loose. But how exactly does a sports headband function and how do they improve an athlete’s performance? There are at least two ways. Aside from keeping your hair from falling on the face, sweatbands are particularly used to keep sweat away from the face, thus, helping athletes focus on the game.


Other than its function, wearing a sweatband has also become fashionable these days. They are the perfect workout companion as they are also often great conversation starters within athletic social circles.

Wearing a sweatband while playing or to any athletic event is also a way of promoting an image or an identity. You will often find athletes wearing headbands with certain customized logos embroidered or printed on them. Celebrity basketball player Lebron James, for example, is known for tossing his headband to a fan after a game.

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Basketball Sweatbands

Many Basketball Players Wear Sweatbands

Many athletes that play basketball, both famous and local, wear sweatbands. The reason simple: a way to prevent sweat from interfering with the game. Sweatbands are not just some cool accessory that people wear – they are sort of like a tool. Just like you need a hammer for a nail, you need a sweatband to soak up all your sweat.

Sweat Causes Errors

A trait of sweating that is easily over looked is the fact that it causes loads and loads of errors during basketball games. How do you think most slip ups happen? What normally happens is a player is sweating profusely during a key point in the game. This sweat drips down his forhead, arms and hands. Sweat is slippery, especially against a basketball (and football).

Basketball Slip Up

Put an End to Slip Ups

During the fourth quarter of a basketball game errors like a lost rebound, missed free throw, bad pass or a slip up during a jump shot shot can really have an effect on the game. These errors caused by sweat can be greatly reduced by wearing a sweatband. You can wear a sweatband on your wrist,arm and head. I recommend all three if you are sweating very badly.

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Sweat GUTR Headband

Sweat GUTR Headband

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The Sweat GUTR Headband is one of the most unique sweatbands ever created. It is a head sweatband that is comfortably worn over your eyes. It’s thin, unnoticeable design is what separates it from many other cycling and sport headbands. The sweatband itself is very light, so much so that you soon forget that you are wearing.

The Sweat GUTR currently comes in 4 different designs: Frost, Smoke, Camo and Burst.

How Does It Work?

The headband is basically a gutter that sits on top of your head and channels your sweat away from dripping down. It works the exact same way the gutters on your home work, except with sweat. This, in turn, protects your eyes and other parts of your body from getting drenched with sweat.

The Sweat GUTR headband has been used by:

  • Cyclists
  • Runners
  • Fishermen
  • Cross Country Teams

Because of it’s unique nature, people are still finding unique situations to use the GUTR headband in. One of those is if you are in the drum line in your marching band. People playing drums, and other instruments, often sweat a lot. A normal headband would be an eye sore, but a Sweat GUTR works perfect.

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Pink Sweatbands, Armbands & Headbands

The color pink is an interesting one – it is said to bring more relaxation and calm thoughts in your head. Pink, is also used by charities for breast cancer and is said to be the official color for that cause.

Pink wrist sweatbands, armbands and headbands are used in the following sports:

  • Cross country
  • Basketball
  • Tennis
  • Football
  • Baseball

The pink sweatbands are mostly used to prevent sweat from interfering with players during the game. During the month of October, however, many athletes wear pink accessories to support females that have breast cancer. If you watch TV during the fall you may see that your favorite players wearing a pink armband or elbow band.

This is just as big with fans as it is with the athletes. If you’ve ever been to a high school football game during October than you will have seen stands full of people wearing pink sweatbands or bracelets. The fans want to support the cause just like the players so they will usually buy them from a booth during the game. This is important to recognize if you are the leader of a fund raiser during this month. The two biggest sports going on during this month are girls basketball and football.

However, the pink tradition during October applies to more than just sports. Money can be raised in conjunction with other activities surrounding the school as well such as robotics, math club, chess club and more.

Learn more about sweatbands for breast cancer awareness.

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Head Sweatbands to Stop Eye Irritation

When playing a sport such as basketball, or any sport for that matter we all begin to sweat. It is the most natural thing that can happen since our body is overheating and working hard. The only thing that begins to be a problem is when that sweat starts to drip into our eyes. This has different effects on different people. Some people it doesn’t even bother because of the way there head is shaped. The vast majority of us, however, have issues with our eyes burning during our physical activities from sweat.

It can be extremely irritating during a sporting match up. Not only does sweat bug your eyes, it is the cause of many slip ups and errors. There are different types of head sweatbands that can help with the problem

Halo II Headbands

Halo II Headband

Halo II Headbands use Sweat Block Technology to stop sweat from dripping down into your eyes. The headband is made from an advanced dryline fabric that keeps you both dry and comfortable.

Sweat GUTR

Sweat GUTR Headband

The Sweat GUTR headband is truly one of a kind. It re-routes sweat by using a gutter like technology that sits on your head! It sounds like it would be clunky to wear, but it is the exact opposite. These are very sleek, lightweight and comfy.

Cotton Headbands

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Cotton headbands can be bought in a variety of different colors. This means you can both match them up with your outfit or uniform and prevent sweat from ruining your athleticism.

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Sweatbands – The Ultimate Creative Product


Yes, we are going to talk about sweatbands. They happen to be an awesome item for your company to sell or give out. You don’t have to be an apparel company to gain an advantage from using sweatbands, as these also work great as promotional items. When buying any item in bulk at wholesale pricing a few questions come to mind. Questions like – “Can they be customized?”, “What material are they made of?” – you get the picture. Luckily, with companies like SerTop sweatbands can easily be customized and designed around your needs – all at wholesale pricing!

The Creativity of Sweatbands

A lot of people aleady have an idea how they are going to use their wrist and head sweatbands. However, if you don’t let us help you out by giving you a few ideas in list form…

*Promo item at a big event
*Fund raiser
*Part of a product line
*Give to current customers via mail w/post cards
*Become a sponsor of your local basketball team

These are just kind of a handful of the ways you can use sweat bands. Over the next few blog posts we’ll go over more unique ways to benefit from head and wrist sweatbands.

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