Race through ice and frost.
When cold air gets blowing, the chill of Old Man Winter has a way of biting at all of our outer extremities. Frosty fingers, icy toes, and biting chills on the tips of your ears, or worse, the painful headache from an arctic wind beating against your eardrum are the least to be expected. You've probably got a pair of thick winter socks, and burly gloves for when the wind gets howling, but don't forget to grab you Craft Race Headband on the way out the door. Knitted fabric stretches around your cranium with a moisture transporting channel stitched inside to wick away sweat. Soft against your skin, and quick drying, your ears will stay cozy and warm all day.
- Soft knit headband to keep you warm and dry
- Wick away perspiration with a knit channel
- Inner channel is soft against skin
- Dries quickly to keep you warm