How do you keep the sweat out of your eyes?

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How do you keep the sweat out of your eyes when on a long bike ride?

Scott 6 years 0 Answers 2479 views 0

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    I cut the sleeve off an old t-shirt, put it on then my helmet

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    I do a headstand on the saddle whilst singing old Polish folk songs, seems to help!

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    Get a cap designed for cycling, thin membrane. It will stop the sweat, and then your helmet ventilation should allow it to evaporate leaving some moisture … And salt.

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    Cap

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    Go faster!

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    Stop and lay in a stream

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    I wear a do-rag under my helmet.

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    After a minute or two the sweat doesn't bother me…now let's ride!

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    Petrolium gelly on eyebrows

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    Wipe with cycling glove. Repeat.

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    My friend swears by doorags. Personally they make my head too hot. My helmet keeps it contained for the most part. But others use head bands, or bandanas.

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    Ride faster!

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    I use my riding glove or a cap/do-rag.

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    Bandanna

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    Good question Scott. I use GUTR that I found on Amazon.

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    Lazer helmet with gel pad in front. Not sure they make it any longer.

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    I lean over far enough to drip on the frame

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    I use a bandana . . .

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    Sweatband!!!

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    What Carlos said,

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    a short stop for a cold slushie or iced cappuccino or beer 😉

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    Wipe away with a hand. I know it becomes irritating for me as well. I don't like to glove unless i race. Wrist band…

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    I have a very long tongue

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    Wear a bike cap under the helmet, preferably a non-cotton one.

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    wicking bike cap… does great

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    I wear a buff under my helmet.

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    Bandana. Oddly enough I just bought some from Hobby Lobby (wondering aimlessly waiting for my wife, I bumped into them lol). There thin 100 percent Cotton and soft. I like using these.

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    Snot rocket rag??

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    Skull cap

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    Halo sweat band.

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    Bandana.

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    I use the Halo head bands, if you ring them out once they get soaked they work pretty good for me.

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    Grow bushier eyebrows?

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    http://nosweatco.com/

    These were developed by a hockey player for his helmet.
    They work well but may need more than one on a longer ride

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    I take a towel w I use the ones from Sams that come in a pack of 50 I think for like 25 bucks.

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    Hehehe…ride faster and let the take care of the rest. LOL.

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    I use a scarf just tie something right there on your forehead

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    Depends pad under helmet

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    Here in St. Louis, MO where summertime temperatures can hover near 100 F with Dew points in the 70's, you break a sweat the moment you walk out the front door.

    It's not uncommon for me to hydrate with 2-3 liters each ride.

    I've been using the Ventilator Caps and Bandannas from Sweat Vac for several years. Eventually, they get saturated on my rides, but overall they do a pretty fair job keeping the sweat out of my eyes. Not perfect, but fairly effective and comfortable.

    https://www.sweatvac.com/index.php/headwear.html?dir=desc&order=price

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    Head band

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    Ride faster….

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    Terry head band. Get or make several. You might need more than one on long hot rides.

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    Stop shaving your eyebrows!

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    Vaseline

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    Blink!

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    Terry headband. Carry several if you are out on a multi-hour ride.

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    Wiping

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