NoSweat Hat Liner keeps sweat our of your eyes

Craig Grosby


NoSweat Hat Liners

MSRP $6.99 and up
  • Easy to use
  • Sticks in any hat
  • Hypoallergenic
  • Minimizes odor
  • None

Summer is here, and with it, warmer temperatures. Time and again, I had wished for a product that would keep the sweat out of my eyes when I was working or playing outdoors. Being on a boat is typically a warm-weather activity, and I’m always having sweat run down my face, get in my eyes and on my sunglasses.

I had an opportunity to review the NoSweat Hat Liner, a product that has been on the market for a while now. I tested the product over the past several weeks as the temperatures began to soar here in South Florida. I inserted the liner in three different hats: a bucket/floppy hat, a golf/baseball cap and a wicker/straw hat. In every case, I felt cooler, and I did not have sweat rolling down my face.

The patented sweat-lock technology and design worked extremely well. The liner is also easy to put in your hat. All you do is peel off the paper to expose the adhesive, stick the liner inside the hat, and you’re good to go! The liner is hypoallergenic, breathable and uses a no-scent technology to minimize odor. What I liked best was that it prevented the sweat from creating stains inside my hat.

The liner is thin and lightweight, and the adhesive won’t damage the hat. You barely even know it’s there. I tested the liner inside a white baseball cap, and even though the liner is black, you couldn’t see it.

The liners are disposable, but I got two to three uses out of each one. It’s a great product and well worth trying. They come in packs of three, six, 12 and 25. I liked the product so much after testing it, I sent a package of six to my son in Chicago to try.

Craig Grosby of Coral Ridge Sail & Power Squadron/8 recently moved from Fort Lauderdale to Pompano Beach and is ready for summer. As the snowbirds wing their way north, the traffic gets better, the Intracoastal Waterway is less crowded, and a slower pace returns.

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