Sweaty Bands Headbands

OK gals (and guys if you are so inclined), we are giving away two Sweaty Bands headbands. If you haven't yet seen my review from last week, Sweaty Bands are fashionable, lightweight, and best of all non-slip headbands to keep the hair out of your face while you're killing it outside or at the gym. 

To win, all you have to do is leave a comment below with your best sob story about a really bad hair day during one of your outdoor adventures that all could have been made better by wearing a Sweaty Band. We have two new Sweaty Bands to give away (pictured below), so we will pick the two best sob stories exactly one week from today, Friday September 9th. 

Sweaty Bands headbands

So bring on the sob stories!

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  1. Not for me but for my daughter, last year we took a tenting trip to banff and I was teaching her how to light a campfire! She didn’t bring anything to tie her hair back and expressed concern that her hair may catch fire! I assured he na not gonna happen! True enough it didn’t but it did get singed. I never heard the end of it. If I win one I’m gonna give it to her in attempt to put some closure to the subject!

  2. I work out side all year need to keep hair up and out of way , work with concrete ,asphalt and Great Stuff. Thats where my problem came in my hair that strayed from my pony tail ended up in the Great Stuff that foaming expanding joint filler sealer. Yuck!! Not fun getting it out.

  3. no way I can top catching my hair on fire or doing the “What About Mary” trick. My sad tail (pun intended) is simply how if I wore a Great Sweaty Band, my hair wouldn’t look a Great Sweaty Mess post-hike!!

  4. I’m letting my hair grow out so I can donate to locks of love, and after years of short hair it’s driving me crazy. Stuffing that flyaway hair up under my climbing helmet is a pain, and just looks doofus-y. Plus, I’m a woman of a certain age and the sweaty attacks me unexpectedly, so your Great Sweaty band would help me to look cool and be cool.

  5. This past weekend I summited Seneca Rocks WV with my daughter for her 18th birthday! I am deathly afraid of heights, so it was a big deal for both of us. I wish I had a headband in, because there towards the end, when I was rappelling 450 down the mountain, in the rain, lightening, and dark, my hair wanted to get caught in my brake. YIKES!!! I made it though, in one piece! What a day!

  6. I’m generally a short-medium hair length kinda gal, just because long hair is too much work. But it’s just short enough that pieces fall out of the ponytail. I started Crossfit this spring and have been using bobby pins to keep all the little strands in place, but it’s just not working. I can’t seem to find a headband I like and that stays put! These are adorable, and from the review, it sounds like they’re just what I need!

  7. I had a birthday challenge to climb 57 trees on my 57th birthday, but then I broke my collarbone just a few days before the big event. Now, 2 mo. later I’m ready to climb. I gave my shoulder a test run at Devil’s Lake State Park and got sap in my hair and on my clothes — those pines are positively dripping with the golden goo. I’m hoping for a headband to keep my hair under wraps for a festive look on my later than expected BD challenge.

  8. Thanks for all the great submissions everyone! The panel has voted and it looks like Roy and Mary are the winners! Drop me an email with your address and I will get them out to you right away. (amy at thegearcaster dot com)

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