Sweat GUTR Unisex-Adult Flex FLX10-P
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- Channels sweat away from eyes and glasses
- Redesigned, low-profile, adjustable closure System
- Longer 8 inch sweat channel
- Never saturates
- Made in USA
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Lightweight. Sleek. Durable.
Made with a soft, flexible polymer, this performance sweatband never saturates. It's easy to clean for repeated use.
Elastic Comfort Closure
An adjustable elastic closure makes it easy to find the perfect fit. So comfortable, you might forget you are sweating.
Redirect The Sweat
The patented channel keeps sweat out of eyes and off glasses. It's slim design fits smartly under helmets.
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WHAT I LOVE ABOUT THIS THE SWEAT GUTR FLEX SWEATBAND
1. Zero sweat was in my eyes! This sweatband works!
2. Since I'm not wearing my cotton headband, I noticed my head was a little cooler overall because I noticed the helmet vents actually doing their job.
WHAT I DISLIKE ABOUT THIS THE SWEAT GUTR FLEX SWEATBAND
1. Sweat did find another location, my ears… not a massive amount, but I did feel a little sweat making its way into my ears. In all fairness, I do wear my Apple earphones while riding and these may have been a contributor to this nuance. However, I since I only used the sweatband once, I cannot say for sure. I will give it another try without my headphones.
After a few more rides, and adjusting the sweatband, the sweatband is simply awesome. The one thing that was bothering me about a little sweat going in my ears is now a non-issue; even when wearing my Apple earphones...
THIS IS THE NEWEST MODEL FOR 2018
According to the SWEAT GUTR website, the SWEAT GUTR FLEX sweatband is the newest model for 2018. From what I gathered from my research, the FLEX fits better under helmets than previous versions. Since I used mine today, I can attest that this fits great under a helmet.
The big win is that I did not have sweat in my eyes for the first time - ever.
If you looking for a sweatband that will keep sweat out of your eyes, this will definitely do the job.
I live in Vegas. That being said it gets HOT here in the summer 100-120F. I'm a person who sweats allot when I'm ridding my bike, and having to frequently stop to wipe my glasses and head is something I'd like to minimize.
I thought this Gutr system would do the trick. I just couldn't get it to work, at all. I watched a YouTube video by the makers of this first. Putting my helmet on back to front was the recommendation I learned from the video. I just couldn't seem to get this thing to catch any sweat. At first I thought it was because I couldn't get it to fit completely flush against my forehead. So I still had sweat leaking under it that was getting into my eyes. So I tried to tighten it to remove these little gaps. Which for the most part it did. But the pain it caused was unbearable after about a half hour. When I would remove it I could see that barely any sweat at all had made it into the Gutr. So I was still having to stop frequently to wipe sweat away from my face and glasses. I used it for a solid 7 days in the desert and am done hoping this will work.
I just ordered a cooling helmet liner in the hope it'll do even a marginally better job then this does. Was hopping that this was my solution. Sadly it's a no.
I tried this over many different rides, and even carefully fitting in front of the mirror to get ideal placement on my forehead. I tested by dripping water down my forehead and seeing if it would be caught in the GUTR. In the "lab", it worked, but once I got out on the bike and really got sweating ( and maybe tipping my head forward much more ) the GUTR was simply overwhelmed.
Anyway, if you don't sweat a bunch, and you have a really smooth forehead and maybe had botox so you don't move your eyebrows much, then maybe it will work for you. For those of us that are prolific "sweaters" and/or have bumpy foreheads, I wouldn't recommend it.