What are winners on the PGA TOUR, NHL champions, NFL stars, NASCAR drivers, and Major League Baseball players doing to keep sweat at bay?
NoSweat thin, disposable liners stick to the inside of headwear to instantly absorb sweat and prevent odors, stains and even acne. Depending on the person and activities being performed, each liner can last up to two weeks.
I get to review hundreds of items each year and yes, there are some that do retail for under $5. But to find something for under $5 that works and solves an issue- that's saying something.
The PGA Tour has even taken notice. Just peel and install. To use a golf term- it's a gimme putt.
The sweat absorbing disposable liner works for more than just the world of sports as it helps with caps, helmets, hard hats, and visors. Its simple peel and stick application allows users to stay dry on-the-go and works with any sports or outdoor activity that involves headwear.
"Golf has been a space that has seen tremendous success and validity for the brand," said NoSweat Chief Operating Officer Jared Robins. "We are a top seller in the golf space on Amazon and have strong distribution in golf stores and pro shops nationwide. As a small startup seeing exponential growth over the last year, we couldn't be more excited to become an official licensed partner of the PGA Tour."
They call it patented SweatLock™ technology that keeps you dry and cool while helping to eliminate sweat stains and wear to your choice of cap or hat. In some hats I tried, the liner helped the hat fit better on my big head. The liner really does absorb sweat and in my case, a lot of it. Typically, around hole No. 9, I would feel the dampness of sweat along my head and those sweat lines start forming in my cap. That is not the case with NoSweat, so you can continue to wear the same piece of headgear, even after your activity or round.
For tennis players, NoSweat keeps the sweat beads from falling in your eyes.
Among the company ambassadors are PGA TOUR members Stewart Cink and Scott Langley; T.J. Oshie of the Stanley Cup Champion Washington Capitals; NFL players Brandon McManus of the Denver Broncos and Golden Tate of the Detroit Lions; former CY Young winner Dallas Keuchel, member of the 2017 World Series champion Houston Astros; and Washington Nationals first baseman Matt Adams.