BIG SALE: Coolture Brand Cooling Headbands
Cooling Headband Pink
Cooling Headband Black
Inserting CoolPak into Headband
BIG SALE: Coolture Brand Cooling Headbands
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BIG SALE: Coolture Brand Cooling Headbands
BIG SALE: Coolture Brand Cooling Headbands
BIG SALE: Coolture Brand Cooling Headbands
BIG SALE: Coolture Brand Cooling Headbands
BIG SALE: Coolture Brand Cooling Headbands
BIG SALE: Coolture Brand Cooling Headbands
BIG SALE: Coolture Brand Cooling Headbands
BIG SALE: Coolture Brand Cooling Headbands
BIG SALE: Coolture Brand Cooling Headbands
BIG SALE: Coolture Brand Cooling Headbands
BIG SALE: Coolture Brand Cooling Headbands
BIG SALE: Coolture Brand Cooling Headbands
BIG SALE: Coolture Brand Cooling Headbands

BIG SALE: Coolture Brand Cooling Headbands

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A maximum performance headband, plus the added benefit of cooling! More effective than evaporative neck and towel brands that provide nothing more than damp skin cooling.

Our slip-proof headbands feature premium performance spandex, a soft absorbant lining, and a concealed pocket where one frozen CoolPak can be inserted. When worn with CoolPak, the cooling is positioned at the base of your head, cooling the blood enroute to your brain, where overheating occurs!

Where with, or without, CoolPak. Team or group orders are eligible for customization.

The Science

Cooling the neck has been shown to help improve performance, reduce sweating, and enhance the feeling of comfort (1,2). Even this small area of the body will yield some surprising benefits from cooling.

Surface cooling depends primarily on how much surface area you can cover, where more is better. However, there are a few small areas on the body which provide unique responses to cooling. The back of your neck is one of those areas. The palms of your hands is another. *Read more about palm cooling in our "CoolCuff" section.

ReferZaraences:

1. Yang Zhang et al. Cooling on Soccer Performance .Monten. J. Sports Sci. Med. 3 (2014) 1: 17–22

2. Tyler, C. J., and C. Sunderland. Neck Cooling and Running Performance in the Heat Med. Sci. Sports Exerc., Vol. 43, No. 12, pp. 00–00, 2011

3. Ruddock, A. et al (2014). Effect of hand cooling on body temperature, cardiovascular and perceptual responses during recumbent cycling in a hot environment. Journal of Science and Cycling, 3 (2).


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