Sweatbands usually come in two different forms: headbands and wristbands. There are all sorts of different kinds of technology that can be used to soak up and prevent sweat. Out of all of these developments in managing sweat, none seem to be as effective as a terry cloth sweatband. The thick and comfortable cotton in sports headbands and wristbands simply absorb sweat better than any other options on the market.
If you are watching any tennis match or basketball game you will likely see the athletes wearing headbands. This is no accident; they are protecting their vision.During sporting events like this and many others hand-eye coordination is so important. If you lose your coordination for even a split second, you lost the game. Our sweat headbands are made of high quality cotton that is thick yet very comfy. This material is perfect to absorb even the most perfuse sweaters out there!
Although many people instantly think of headbands when they hear the word sweatbands, there are two other types. There are also wristbands and armbands.Both of these are commonly worn at the wrist or forearm by many different types of athletes including those that participate in baseball, tennis, basketball and football. Let’s look at two different use cases for wristbands.
A point guard has the responsibility of running a basketball team’s entire offence. It is no easy task. The person must be organized, be able to call shots on the spot and get the ball to the correct players efficiently. For the reasons above, it is important that this person does not make mistakes. Both wrist sweatbands and headbands can prevent many errors, such as the ball slipping out of your hands or you temporarily being blinded by sweat. One thing a point guard never wants while setting up a play is for the ball to end up in the hands of the opposing team due to sweaty hands. Easily preventable, as we mentioned.
A sweat bands are not just used for sports. Since they made of high quality comfortable cotton they are also used as an accessory by many. These people wear them out at night, while on stage, as a koozie or sometimes simply use them to group people up.